How To Start Playing Pop And Cover Songs Today!! Part 4 – Rhythms

Rhythms are the last key ingredient to being able to play any song of your choice and make it sound decent to the average listener. Rhythms will be serve a large role when I begin talking about Jazz more but for now the simple rhythms you will learn to play will help you spice up […]

The 6 Most Important Steps To Booking More Gigs

There’s one thing that always makes me chuckle when I meet someone new. It’s the moment they ask me what I do for work. In our society everyone is judged by what we “do”. People who work a 9-5 are almost more respected then someone who creates their own business and has free time to […]

How To Start Playing Pop and Cover Songs!! Part 2 – Minor Triads

Well I have some good news and bad news. The good news is if you’re reading this you didn’t get too discouraged by part 1 and you’re eager to learn more. The bad news is you have to learn 12 more chords, but wait…they’re extremely similar to the major chords. So if you we’re good […]

How To Start Playing Pop and Cover Songs Today!! – Part 1 Major Triads

Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Alright so here we go! If you’re one of those people who has played piano before and want to be able to play the pop songs you hear in your car while driving to work, or you’re a jazz […]

Start Learning Jazz Piano Today!

Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Learning the piano is a very simple process. Like anything in life, when we break a problem down into a step by step solution, we allow ourselves to make simple and gradual progress to our goal while sparing frustration […]

Learning Jazz Piano Is The Easiest Hobby In The World

Share on facebook Facebook Share on google Google+ Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn If I had a dime for every time I heard someone say “Wow! I wish I could do that!”, while I was playing somewhere, I actually would be rich. The other line that would make me a pretty penny […]

The Top 5 Musical Lessons I Learned From The BSO Concertmaster

Whenever I tell someone that I am a professional jazz pianist, I always get asked the question, “Is your family musical?” I always chuckle to myself in my head. How do you begin to explain to someone that your father is the Concertmaster of the Boston Symphony Orchestra? (Well that one is easy but it […]

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