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A Better Way to Find Music Teachers It’s hard to find a good music teacher. The good news is, whether you want to pay great rock guitar or learn how to play classical music, or even if you just want to be that cool singer in the band, you can find the right music teacher […]

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Blues Guitar Lesson – Killer Guitar Riff in the Style of Eric Clapton – with TABs

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Blues Album-Magic Sam- “West Side Soul”

In the 1950’s a new generation of Blues guitarists and singers appeared on the Chicago Blues scene.  Like their predecessors, such as Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, they were transplanted southerners. However, unlike Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf, who played the South Side of Chicago clubs, these younger men based themselves mainly in the clubs […]

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blues-guitarists-Robert Johnson

For any aspiring blues guitarist, the first artist to study is Robert Johnson, and the first song to listen to and learn is Johnson’s “I believe I’ll Dust my Broom” recorded in 1936. This song is the quitessential 12 bar blues guitar song, containing many of now classic blues guitar song constructs and techniques that […]

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blues-guitarists-Luther Allison

Luther Allison performing at the 1996 Riverwalk Blues Festival Luther Allison was one of the many great blues guitarists to come out of Chicago. Like most bluesman, he was self-taught and learned by listening to the blues extensively. Luther’s big break came in 1957 when he was invited on stage by Muddy Waters. He later […]

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