This video teaches you this pattern in three chords so that you can use it with the 12-bar blues. You can use this pattern in blues songs, swing, country and even some pop songs.
I’m here to give you some secret formulas for playing chords and you don’t need to know ANYTHING about music except the notes on the piano which I’ve included below and a short lesson on half steps.
If you want to play jazz, you need to know the 12-bar blues! It’s how many musicians actually improvise when it comes to blues as well.
What do “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”, “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Blue Moon” have in common? They all use the same chord progression! Watch as Debbie plays 12 different songs using the same chord progression
Play That Tune — Don’t let counting and rhythms keep you from playing a tune. Just play it like you hear it and you’ll be well on your way .
Formula for Improvising —This article will help you start the process of improvising so you can jam with other musicians and create your own music…
Making Music asked professional songwriters for their favorite songwriting tips.Make your own songs sizzle by embracing these great tips from the pros….