How to play “Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino

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Enjoy this classic Fats Domino song lesson. This is a Blueberry Hill guitar lesson for beginners. We learn this one in the key of G. If you want to check out the rest of the lesson including the tablature and … Read More

How to play Silent Night on the guitar

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This is a lesson on how to play “Silent Night” on the acoustic guitar. This is a basic arrangement in the key of G. “Silent Night” is a beautiful Christmas song and one you can play for family and friends. … Read More

How to play Holly Jolly Christmas on guitar

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This is a guitar lesson for beginner guitar on how to play “Holly Jolly Christmas”. From the classic 1964 movie “Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer”. One of my favorite movies with some great songs. This lesson covers beginner guitar and … Read More

No shoes, no shirt, no problem – Kenny Chesney

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This week’s lesson is a fun one.  “No shoes, no shirt, no problem” by Kenny Chesney.  My wife and I play this one whenever we are off to the airport for a vacation. We cover the chords for the song … Read More

Guitar Radio Show Podcast Interview

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I am so excited to share this with you! I had the honor of being a guest on The Guitar Radio Show podcast hosted by Mark Daven. Mark is an incredible guy that has had some amazing guitar players on … Read More

Folsom Prison Blues Lesson part two

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  Welcome back to part two of Folsom Prison Blues by Johnny Cash.  One of my all time favorites. in part two of this lesson we finish out the verse and the chorus and I show you a good “Johny … Read More

How to play “Hallelujah” Part 2

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  Alright, back for Hallelujah part 2.  The great song by Leonard Cohen. In our first lesson, you learned the first two chords and the intro, or main lick, of the song. This one is in the key of C. … Read More

How to play “Hallelujah” part 1

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  Enjoy this one!  One of the greatest.  “Hallelujah” has been covered by many artists.  This is based on the Leonard Cohen version of Hallelujah and is in the key of C. There is an F chord in this song. … Read More

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