How To Play Cocktail Piano With Confidence

When it comes to learning how to play in a cocktail piano style fashion, the really good news is that you can indeed sound like a million bucks at those keys relatively soon. You see, it’s not necessary to know everything about the art form in order to dive right in and start exploring your potential. When we first learned to express ourselves verbally at a young age, we certainly didn’t feel a need to know all the words in the English language in order to start communicating. More and more, we learned how to express ourselves with words that were consistent with what our aim was. We had no problem letting others know we were hungry or thirsty, for example. We simply let them know! As our vocabulary increased, we became more confident with the finer points of Cocktail Piano Lessonscommunication.

It’s much the same way when it comes to expressing ourselves musically in a creative fashion. This is really a key point. To sound professional, you don’t need to know it all! What is important is that you perform what you know with confidence. So, as you think of a favorite song that you aspire to play in a way that is impressionable, realize that the melody is the first and foremost element of the music that is heard and recognized by the listener. This being the case, it stands to reason that you want to learn the melody to the point where you can play it with utmost confidence. There are specific learning tools that can make “getting your feet wet” playing cocktail piano much easier.

As you explore these, remember that whatever little bit you learn, project it with confidence, even if it’s the melody being played with the right hand and simple chords with the left hand. The first of these cocktail piano video sessions places a strong emphasis on this concept of playing with confidence.

Learn that melody well. At the beginning, settle on what you will use to accompany that melody, whether it be simple chords or some new chord voicings that you have learned. Then play it to the point where someone listening would not question that you are confident with what you are doing!

Remember, you certainly may aspire to learn more complex cocktail piano playing techniques and strategies, including piano fills and chord voicings and more, but the person listening to you is not judging you based on what you are not able to play at a particular moment… they are there to appreciate what is being played now. Therefore, give them something to appreciate.

In short, learn to enjoy the moment and play whatever you play with a certain amount of attitude, even if you are playing a simple C Major triad with your left hand and the melody with your right. Play it like you mean it.

As you continue your journey exploring more and more of that potential of yours, there are lots of cocktail piano learning tutorials that you can absolutely benefit from, so do take advantage of them…

And remember,

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
www.PianoAmore.net
www.ProProach.com

The Secret To Creative Musical Genius

The Magic of “Overlapping” – A Key Secret to Creative Musical Development

Genius At The KeysA most interesting observation when it comes to learning and growing is this:

When it comes to learning to express ourselves through the language of music, some of us want a “step-by-step” approach for everything. Of course, this pretty much comes from the “schooling” process we were brought up with and bought into.

Now, we’re not speaking against the value of that, just so you know where I’m NOT going with this… HOWEVER…

When we began learning our language from day #1, we were exposed to concepts by listening to other people in our lives, including family, friends, and others (often having no choice). We were also exposed to rudiments, including spelling and grammar “rules” and developing a certain amount of vocabulary via school training.

A most important point here is that, regardless of what “training” we had when it came to
expressing ourselves via our language, most of what we learned resulted from an “overlapping” of all of our experiences. After a certain point, we didn’t walk through life, whether at home or on the job, with the mind set, “wait, I heard those words from that store clerk. I’m not sure if I’m ready to use those phrases, as it doesn’t seem to be the perfect continuation from what I’ve heard so far”… the same applies to when you heard instructions from others, whether the boss, someone in the line at the supermarket,
someone you were talking to on the telephone, etc.

In short, we simply allowed our experiences to accumulate and, after continued exposure to many varied experiences, we used what we learned in ways of our own.

When it comes to learning to tap into our personal inner creative, musical potential, we want to be receptive to the same approach. I know, for me, this is how my playing style developed throughout the years.

I get lots of emails from people wanting to know “what the next perfect video session” is for that person to take advantage of. Though it’s true that certain lessons can be more in line with specific interests, the truth is that I’ve put this collection together – virtually everything you’ll find here at Piano Amore – with the mind set that your creativity will be realized more and more with exposure to these sessions… and the order in which you experience them is the least important overall.

The value that can be obtained by enjoying a particular video session a couple of times and implementing some of its concepts – and then exposing yourself to another, which can be conducive to a completely refreshed outlook, while illustrating some of the same concepts previously learned – and then reviewing those sessions again and again – is
so valuable that I cannot explain it in words.

I do receive a number of emails from people who have, in fact, confirmed this, and I appreciate the fact that you’ve really experienced these sessions (which I experience utmost joy in creating) in the manner they were intended.

Take on the mind set of a child and allow your creativity curiosity to be nurtured. Play with that curiosity. Keep having fun at the top of your priority list. And as my ProProach members hear time and time again, appreciate where you’re at, and build upon that!

As you adopt this approach, it’s almost uncanny how naturally those results (and personal confidence) actually manifest.

As you continue having fun exploring your inner creative, musical genius, remember…

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
PianoAmore.net
ProProach.com

Piano Creativity “On Steroids” – Voicings, Improvisation, Fills, & More!

Thanks so much to those of you with questions  regarding my latest video session, Piano Creativity “On Steroids”

To clarify, a reason why this video will benefit beginners as well as more advanced players is that the content of this session actually consists of a nice “mix” of piano playing ideas that will be helpful to all levels. I did this purposefully with the intention of providing a tool for beginners to become inspired by as well as one those with experience could use to take their own level up a notch or two (or ten!). So, yes,some of the material we cover will be ideas that you can aspire to taking advantage of, so this is one you can grow with. Also,
it’s not meant as a replacement for anything you are doing; rather, an enhancement :) It serves as a great supplement, especially if you could use some encouragement in creative areas such as easy ways to come up with piano fills, improvising, and right hand chord playing.

More advanced players will take advantage of the various voicings being used and more. We also get into aspects of playing piano by ear, easy ways to come up with an improvisation for a favorite melody, and more.

This session was an “unpredictable one” in that it was my intention to create an informal “off the cuff” scenario similar to the type of experiences that led to much of my creative development. So, as the session progressed, I was inspired by your emails I’ve received over the months as well as my passion for helping people to overcome obstacles, including the very thinking that gets in the way of playing creatively.

This is not a video that you need to view from beginning to end each and every time. Actually, I suggest that you do this the first time and you’ll soon realize that, depending on what your focus is on at any given time, different segments will mean more to you at various points in your development.

It is my belief that whether you’ve never played piano or before or you’re a pro player open to new ideas, there’s content here you will benefit from. Exposure to this session over and over again is sure to lead to multiple rewards as well.

Consider following the suggestions included in the formula provided on the promo page and you’ll be on your way to discovering your potential for musical creativity like you never did before : o )

Please have fun with this one. I sure did!

Remember,

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
www.PianoAmore.net
www.ProProach.com

Piano Playing Creativity:
You Have What It Takes

From Piano Fills To Improvisation To Walking Bass, It’s All Here…

How To Predict The Next Chord In A Song And More…

Some people find this interesting:

A competent classical pianist who has been trained for decades to the degree of being able to pull off a performance of “Grade 6″ compositions (or higher) in an amazing fashion can have an excruciating time trying to play a beautiful rendition of a standard song like “Misty” or “Skylark” or “Till There Was You,” etc… even with the simple melody propped up on that piano stand….

Yet, another individual who had no clue how to read the piano staff up until about a few months ago can do so with amazing confidence.

What’s that “secret element” that distinguishes the two?

Well, it’s no “secret,” per se… though, to the classical playing maestro with no background in personal creativity at those keys, it can certainly seem like that.

Did you know that allowing yourself a few weeks of exposure to learning how to play simple melodies and a few chords (and how to play them tastefully) can put you in a position of being able to pull off playing arrangements of such standards to the point of spinning the head of pro classical player who has even perhaps  endured 6 years of college study in the area of performing traditionally? If you have the desire to have fun, it’s possible.

It’s not magic. It’s a matter of what turn in the road one chooses to take. (If you’re a classical player who can relate to this, by the way, your potential is certainly there to expand your scope, of course, if you haven’t yet done so, but maybe you have!)

At different times, I am prompted by people who only have a little experience reading and simply want to be able to play a simple standard song and make it sound good for a “fast track formula” for being able get themselves from “point A” to “point B”…

Here’s one that works:

1) Learn the melody… learn it well…

2) Hook yourself up with my two programs entitled: How To Play Standard Songs With Confidence #1 and How To Play Standard Songs With Confidence #2

From that point, things get easier…

We’re talking about getting you to FEEL CONFIDENT with setting yourself up with a basic platform to work from. The first program gets you to look at things in perspective and making that melody flow… The second provides you with the kind of left hand techniques necessary to put that melody “on steroids”…

Beyond this, is there more you can do? You bet there is. And there are lots of programs available here to help you take things to many different levels, but that is certainly a profound start to getting the ball rolling. (1-2-3 Cocktail Piano #1 and 1-2-3 Cocktail Piano #2 are a good way to continue)

Let’s face it, when we hook on to a program, we want it to lead us in a direction… we don’t want it to “handcuff” us into doing something we don’t want to. It’s about having FUN… and having that fun IMMEDIATELY… the entire learning process should be nothing short of that.

By the way, if the concept of “being creative” is intimidating for you, we can cure that beginning TODAY… that’s what my special video session Pro Piano Creativity: The Nitty Gritty is about. No, you don’t need to be a pro for that one! You can be at any level and elevate yourself to a different point with that one, whether you’re wanting to open yourself up to playing a walking bass and never tried, playing fills, being able to predict what chord comes next in a song, or you’re simply wanting to explore your piano creativity potential in general (I predicted that some people would like this one but the feedback I’ve received on it has spun my head… my personal thanks to all of you)

(Just a note: People who want to excel in the area of specific strategies, like playing a “walking bass” with confidence, and who have taken advantage of my online coaching KNOW that things can happen – and they can happen fast!)

The key is: Start with something. Take an action that you never have. Don’t wait. Whatever level you are at, make today the day that marks a new beginning for yourself.

( All the above and more is available in our store … ALL AVAILABLE VIA INSTANT ONLINE ACCESS!)

And, of course, remember,

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
www.PianoAmore.net
www.ProProach.com

Playing Your Favorite Songs
By Ear… First Steps

If playing piano by ear is something you aspire to either learn to do or become more competent at, consider two levels of familiarization that you want to get yourself to experience:

1) Learn the 7 diatonic chords in every  key

or, for starters…

2) Learn the 3 most essential of those diatonic chords in every key

A key to learning how to play by earStart with one key, then two, and continue from that point…

There’s no magic to it. Let’s say there is a favorite song you like to listen to and feel inspired to learn that song on the piano…

The one thing you can do to make the process easier is to set your “radar” to recognize where those three essential chords are being played in the tune. These chords are often referred to as the three “primary” chords of a key.

You want to know them. Even if you are brand new at learning and don’t know how to play a chord, you can take a step-by-step approach… yes, learn those chords “one letter at a time” by using a guide such as this one

It should be noted that this guidebook assumes nothing in terms of what you know. It’s one you’ll want to have propped up on your piano or keyboard stand as you follow in steps. Essentially, it’s for beginners or those who have played via reading but are totally new to how a chord is constructed.

Follow the suggestions all the way through and you’ll have a handle on those 3 primary chords, which are the ones you’ll want to be listening for in those favorite songs of yours.

It doesn’t matter if you are wanting to play “Happy Birthday” or “Let It Be” by the Beatles… it’s still those three chords you want a handle on. So many people bypass/ignore this basic step of learning when it comes to playing by ear. If acknowledged, the door is opened for unlocking the mystery to those more complex tunes… but, as the saying goes, one step at a time.

Remember,

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
www.PianoAmore.net
www.ProProach.com

21 Days to Piano Styling Transformation

Become A Chord Voicing Pro

A Chord Voicing Strategy That Equals Success

It’s been proven time and time (and time) again that it takes 21 days to form a new habit.

Well, that’s good news if the habit you’re forming is one that brings the results you want, of course.

And since we’re here to get results, I would like  to share something with you that will absolutely transform your piano styling skills in 21 days.

If I was to share this with you, telling you that I know it works (I mean, you can’t fail), would you take me up on it?

Provided your answer is yes, let me share it here. By the way, because it’s so simple, a few will overlook it, convincing themselves that success is supposed to be a whole lot more complex than this…

HOWEVER, the ones who follow through will realize results they can “take to the bank.” In fact, not only will you have developed a habit that is conducive to this special transformation, but what you will have achieved during that 21 days will already have provided you with results you’ll be enjoying indefinitely.

Ready? Here it is:

If you’ve previewed my 24-week program Pro Piano Chord Bytes, you know there’s a complimentary lesson there.

Okay… take that lesson, become acquainted with the chord structure there, which is presented in the key of C (it’s a voicing for Cmaj7 chord)…

Then spend 7 days incorporating that chord structure into two different favorite songs of yours, MAKING SURE that you play the voicing in at TWO other keys (like Fmaj7 and
Bbmaj7)…

When the next lesson arrives, do the same for the next 7 days (choose one of the voicings when more than one is provided, since this does happen at the beginning of the program). Remember, the action of incorporating the voicing in a song or songs is a key factor here (and playing that voicing in at least TWO other keys, which means that we are looking for that chord to be in two different keys as well… ex. Cmaj7, Fmaj7, Gmaj7) …

When Lesson #2 arrives, repeat the procedure for 7 days, going about it in the same fashion…

At that point, you will have formed a habit for sure! However, your confidence will already have escalated since you’ve acquired some great chord sounds for that “piano styling toolbox” of yours…

The even better news is, now that you have a habit that will absolutely transform your playing for the better, you’ll have another 22 lessons to look forward to to nurture that habit!

Special Note: a special feature of this program is the commentary provided BELOW the illustrations! Reading and being receptive to those suggestions will lead you to really understanding what “separates the men from the boys” when it comes to pro piano styling!

You’re in for an experience and a half if you follow through with this… I can’t even describe the confidence you will have attained by doing so…

“Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.”
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Remember,

Always…

ALWAYS…

PLAY WITH PASSION!

Musically,

Dave
www.PianoAmore.net
www.ProProach.com

Create Your Very Own
Piano Fills & Improvised Lines
The Easy Way

Creating Your Own Super Sounding
Piano Fills & Improvisational Lines
Is Now Within Your Grasp!

(Even If You Don’t Like To Be Weighed Down With Theory)Theory is not something you need to be conjested with!
Improvisation has always had me intrigued from a very young age. Listening to recordings by all that jazz greats not only served as inspiration but, if I wasn’t careful, doing so also left me in a position of feeling a little helpless? Why? Because it seemed so mysterious to me that I was absolutely convinced, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that anyone who could improvise with a certain level of competence had some kind of innate ability he or she was born with that was unreachable by most. I’m not exaggerating one iota when I tell you that, to me, it seemed like a magical experience.

The first individual I got to know on a personal level who had this special flair was my private sax teacher when I was in my junior high school years. This guy would be playing lines that positively blew me away… and it was all done in such a tasteful fashion. I mean, I had been playing piano for a number of years already and I felt that, if I had been playing that long, I should be able to be doing that and, because I “couldn’t” then it just had to be out of my reach. But then I soon realized there was simply certain things I didn’t know.

As I began to develop a bit in this area of improvisation, I was exposed to all that theory. Now, don’t get me wrong… it has it’s place! And I do encourage one to explore all the territory he or she can with enthusiasm.

But something else surfaced…

I might put it in the form of a question that crossed my mind, though I don’t know if these exact words were how I would have thought of putting it back then, but it went something like this:

“For someone to be able to play such creative lines (without having it spelled out) ever so naturally, how in the world could theory be at the root of it all?” Truthfully, we learn to speak relatively fluently at a pretty young age before we even know how to put any words together. So, surely, there has to be some kind of natural ability we all have in this area of improvising music as well.

Ever since, my devotion to helping others (including myself) has included much time and thought in this area of how one can develop the competency and confidence to express himself or herself in a creative fashion in the most natural way possible. Throughout the years, I’ve gone through many stages of this. Let’s face it, as a coach, I’m just as much the learner as any student of mine (continued below…)

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The actual video session will include the keyboard animation for easier learning
(Video is approximately 26 minutes in duration)

This special session, I believe, serves as evidence of this devotion of mine. I truly feel that, if one takes on a playful attitude with this approach presented here and keeps an open mind, the results that can be achieved are likely to be rather astounding.

You might say that we’ll only be considering a basic concept and allowing it to flourish. If you’re feeling pretty okay with playing some 7th chords, you’re already 85% there. You’re going to have fun with this. A main reason is that you’ll actually realize results that will not only be pleasant to your own ears but those in the same room with you will likely be turning their heads toward you in a “double-take” fashion before long.

We’re not getting into chord/scale relationships or anything of the kind. This is material that you can start using right away. Whether you want to simply embellish those melodies of yours in a pro-like fashion or you are interesting in creating more elongated improvisational lines, this session can serve you well if you will simply allow it to. One of the greatest things about this whole thing is that, in my opinion, your enthusiasm for creating your very own fills and improvised lines(rather than learning in a “paint-by-number” fashion) is about to be “juiced” and rejuvenated. While it all happens, you won’t feel rule-bound. What we have here is an easy guideline that serves as a bit of a “safety net” for you so things always seem to gravitate toward success.

Please consider joining me at those keys as we get you to start adding more life to those favorite tunes of yours and have you believing your your own personal inner musical genius in a fashion that you may never have up to now…

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Learning Piano: Method or Madness?

madpianistWhen it comes to learning piano, I’m pretty sure it goes without saying that you have lots of options. The truth is you don’t need someone else to teach you how to sit at that piano or keyboard of yours and start making music. Sure, there are basic musical fundamentals and technical aspects of playing on those keys that have been proven to work consistently, have been documented, and have been passed down through centuries in many forms. Virtually any “piano method,” per say that you discover, whether presented in book form, on CD of DVD, or online format will simply be a “spin” of what’s already been known to work to a degree for others.

So what came first… the music or the method? When you consider the likes of Bach’s The Two-Part Inventions and Sinfonias, which was published in 1753, here we have a compilation of material that was meant as a series of exercises and pieces written for the benefit of his son. Where the line is drawn as to that collection being viewed upon as a work or art or a method is subject to one’s interpretation. But one thing is certain: the musicality of this material is genuine.

So, when it comes to your experience, where is the line drawn between what you perceive as “methodical” and musical creativity as it applies to whatever you want to learn, whether it’s Bach, Beethoven, Billy Joel, or YOU? You don’t need permission to create. You don’t need a method to proceed. Does that mean to adopt a method is frowned upon? By no means is that the point here. But what really is key and worth understanding is that there doesn’t need to be a line drawn between learning and creating.

There is no shortage of material available out there when it comes to learning basics. If a step-by-step methodical approach is what you want to gaining some confidence with reading or playing songs by ear, then by all means adopt one. I’m cognizant of the fact that you will have no challenge finding anything of the sort. That’s why it has never been my intention to duplicate what’s been duplicated thousands of times. The material you will find at Piano Amore and in our store has been created (and continues to be) based on the premise that any individual, whatever her level of reading or playing competency, is capable of creating right from the very beginning. Any thought opposed to that is simply that: a thought.

I believe that if you’ve never played a chord on the piano before, then your experience learning your first chord should and can be a musical experience. And why not? A careful look at the first few measures of  Beethoven’s Fur Elise reveals that what we have here, for the most part, is two chords being approached in a creative fashion. Now, for those who enjoy classical music, that piece is one that many beginners aspire to play perhaps more than any other (or it’s at least one of them). It’s great to set a goal like this. That said, what’s wrong with simply taking that A minor triad and E major triad and approaching it in your own way right now? Go to your piano or keyboard and have fun playing those two chords right now and then playing them in an arpeggiated fashion (notes separately) with both hands in a way that comes naturally to you and appreciate the results that you get. Wahala! You’re improvising on piano! Your possibilities are endless so keep at it! As you proceed, the only thing getting in the way of what you hear as being considered something wonderful is your interpretation of it.

In short, the more you give yourself permission to create, the more you will come in touch with the creative musical genius that exists within you… and the more you will come to appreciate music… and the more you will come to enjoy, appreciate, and respect what you, as an individual, are capable of. So, head on over to those keys right now and create your very own masterpiece!

Cocktail Piano Techniques:
Chord Voicing Creativity

The inquiries that come my way regarding cocktail piano techniques, as you can imagine, are vast in number. Among all the messages, one of the most prevailing topics is that of chord voicings. Specifically, people often ask for a good starting point.

There is good reason for Lesson #1 of ProProach focusing on the chord voicing that you’ll find there. You see, by mastering that particular one, you set yourself up nicely for many to follow. That lesson is still free (at the time of this writing) so, if you haven’t taken advantage, you are encouraged to gain access to it. Whether it’s jazz piano that’s your thing or any other style, you’ll want to master that 9th chord voicing in all keys. Start with a few, of course, and proceed at your own pace.

Naturally, as we acknowledge in ProProach time and time again, it is in the application of what you are learning where the “gold” is really found. You can virtually escalate your confidence in the area of piano styling by just learning that one voicing and then following up by incorporating it in the context of your favorite songs. Of course, this applies to other voicings and concepts as well. Those taking advantage of my new video session (which is nearly an hour and a half long) are getting “in tune”with this idea because we actually take a good segment of that popular standard Fly Me To The Moon by Bart Howard and see for ourselves how the concept of “strategy integration” can literally turn your piano playing around within minutes, not days, weeks or months.

It doesn’t stop there, however. You see, learning these voicings can put your piano playing “on steroids” in more ways than one. For example, if you simply learn that one piano chord voicing that we take a look at in Lesson #1 of ProProach and then apply it in the fashion that we propose in Cocktail Piano Secrets #1, you soon realize that your perspective on creating piano fills is dramatically changed, whether those fills be chordal or melodic in nature. (That particular piano video session is literally changing the playing of many individuals because of the eye-opening and ear-opening insight contained within it)

You are encouraged to learn one new thing today.. one chord, one voicing, one improvisational idea… and use it. Yes, actually incorporate it into your playing, rather than just approaching in an “exercise-like” fashion. This is where the real value comes into play. After all, isn’t being able to enhance your very own personal playing the reason you’re learning these ideas in the first place?

I get lots of emails from folks asking why ProProach is offered as a 24-week program. “Can’t you just send me the whole program all at once?” I do explain the reason and it can be found via a link on the promotion page. In short, the most value will be gained by “following my prescription” and more and more people, once they take themselves through the program, are contacting me with courtesy messages letting me know that, indeed, they wouldn’t have had it any other way now that they see it all in perspective. If you were to join a fitness program and were to insist upon doing the entire program in one week as opposed to following a proposed 12-week program, you might imagine how that just might not be in your best interest : )

Again, a huge Thanks to all for your positive feedback on Pro Piano Styling Creativity: The Nitty Gritty. To you Friends, please expose yourself to that session again and again and apply its suggestions regularly to realize results beyond your wildest dreams.

In addition, I want to thank all those for the suggestions for future video sessions. I really do listen and I’ll do my best to accommodate your wants and needs, since that’s why I’m here in the first place!

Blues Piano Concepts
For Beginners!

Just $20
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The actual video session will include the keyboard animation for easier learning
 (Video is approximately 39 minutes in duration)

Sure, it only takes a few minutes to learn this 8-bar musical ditty, which just so happens to be the most popular song in the world (but this is not just all about learning how to play “Happy Birthday,” folks We’re this easy song as a vehicle for learning some fun blues piano concepts*****). As you sit at those keys, how are you going to present it? Are you going to simply hold out those three chords while all that crowd sings the tune in twelve different keys at once? (You know what I mean… if there are two in a crowd of 50 that are in synch with each other, it’s miraculous)

Well, you have a choice. You can proceed in that fashion, as most would do under similar circumstances or you can “wow” them. What’s your choice? Well, if you opt for the latter, it might be a good idea to prepare yourself, hmmm? Well, I have good news for you. I just created a brand new video session that will have you playing “Happy Birthday” like they never heard it before. That’s right, you’ll be swingin’ that tune but it doesn’t stop there. You’ll have the brand of confidence that allows you to play the song in a multitude of ways – on command! We take a look at blues piano chord voicings, melodic embellishment, improvisation, and even walking that bass… all within reach of the beginner. What’s more is you’ll have the know-how when it comes to presenting it all in a manner that let’s them all know you know where you’re at.

Wouldn’t it be cool if you could just strut over those keys as you hold your head up high, sit down with half a smirk on your face, and start swingin’ in a fashion that makes the entire affair one to remember simply because YOU showed up? You bet… (it’s a good feeling – you’ll see)

Whether it’s a birthday party you find yourself celebrating, a business meeting, or a friendly get-together, if there’s a piano present… you’re up! So why not do it in style? This special session is NOW AVAILABLE

*****[I think it goes without saying, but I’ll say it anyhow: this is not just about having a lot of fun playing Happy Birthday in a bluesy fashion. It’s more about learning some easy-to-understand blues piano concepts that you’ll be having fun with time and time again, whether playing the 12 bar blues or making other favorite songs of yours sound more interesting. So, if blues piano is something that intrigues you, this is a must have.]

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From this day forward, those birthdays will never be the same… yes, and it’s all because you were invited. Warning: once you expose yourself to these concepts and apply them, you just might find your mailbox cluttered with more of those invitations, if you don’t mind that : )