I have been updating resources and creating new videos and pdf. worksheets, which I will highlight in this post. I am hopeful of returning to teach in school soon and that I will be able to welcome new and returning students 🙂
In this Youtube video I show you how you can quickly and easily layer up sounds using the free BandLab phone app.
I had loads of fun doing this and it reminded me of four track tape recording back in the day, with no barriers to quickly creating sound-on-sound. The sound quality is surprisingly good too!
Well done to Guiseley school soul band who learned and performed an arrangement of Lean on Me for a special lockdown project. I am so proud to be able to work with this fantastic group of young musicians, who have made a great job of this wonderful song. R.I.P. Bill Withers x
My demonstration and lesson on Iron Man by Black Sabbath (Rockschool version) has now been added to my guitar videos page.
Search in the menu tabs above or click this quick link below for nylon/classical/finger-style learning resources.
Happy New Year folks:)
Whiskey in the jar now has a melody TAB available, in addition to the chord sheet.
I have also tabbed the melody to the fantastically catchy John Denver song Take Me Home, Country Roads
I have arranged Take me home in the same key as the Fallout ’76 soundtrack version to make it simpler to play in first position.
Welcome back everyone:)
New starters for guitar/bass/ukulele will begin with my new arrangement of Paperback Writer by The Beatles, please also search for individual lead guitar, uke and bass parts under the respective part menus.
I have added a new ukulele page to make finding sheets easier for uke, plus I have deleted some clutter here and there.
And finally…with Halloween on the horizon we can all have some fun playing Bobby Pickett’s Monster Mash