Fleck is perhaps the most well-known banjo player on the planet. He’s traveled to Africa to study the banjo’s origins, and championed the instrument’s evolution, playing everything from jazz fusion to classical.
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PMC Launches 25th Anniversary Commemorative Products Giveaway
Consumers can enter the International Drum Month contest through the www.PlayDrums.com website. Monthly winners will be randomly chosen beginning in May and continuing through…
How to Develop Ease When Playing Piano
In this video, Josh Wright of joshwrightpiano.com gives his suggestions on how to overcome tendinitis and develop a relaxed playing technique.
Amazing Ukulele Drumbeat Technique, plus the coolest version of Billie Jean ever
James Hill shows off how to play the ukulele like a drum.
Off the Air, NBC News Anchor Lester Holt Known as Lester the Bass Player
Though Holt didn’t come from a very musical family, he had a strong desire to learn the upright bass from the first time he heard one. “I first heard a bass at an assembly in junior high,” he explains. “I thought, ‘What’s that instrument? It sounds so cool.’” From that moment he was determined to learn.
The Importance of Recording Your Practice Sessions
Recording your practice sessions will allow you to hear your performance from the audience’s perspective. It is easy to think you are playing soft or loud enough, but the best way to know for sure is to listen to yourself.
Is It Too Late To Learn Piano?
Is it too late to learn piano? Of course not! The piano is a great instrument in that it is perfect for all musicians of all levels at all ages.
How To Book a Tour (Without a Booking Agent)
Bandzoogle are here to help. Join Dave & Allison from Bandzoogle for this free webinar focused on helping you book a tour for your band!
Angel in the Wings
Angel In the Wings —Performing Arts Program enables people with autism and other developmental disabilities to find creative fulfillment and personal growth
Making Music Improves Behavior in Children
A study led by Canadian psychologist E. Glenn Schellenberg of University of Toronto-Mississauga confirmed that making music improves behavior in children.