Today's lesson is You Shook Me All Night Long by AC DC. Great song for the bar circuit but you have to have a vocalist that can pull it off. Any time you can play any AD DC in a bar atmosphere you will be hitting a home run
Well I thought it might be nice to start posting some local bands on the Hawks website. Now I personally might not be into all of the music scene as I am stuck in the classic rock era and don't seem to be able to change my taste in music
I will do the same lesson again today as my favorite. I think that way you can hear the song and decide if you want to learn it or not. But most of my lessons would be great for the bar scene to get folks up and having a great time
This interview is with one of the great guitar players of all time. (At least thats the way that I see it) Joe Satriani is one of those players that can do just about anything with the guitar. Slow fast what ever the feel he is one of the best
Sunday marked the 21st anniversary of the death of Kurt Cobain. Love them or hate them, Nirvana represented a major change in the sound of rock and the music Kurt left behind speaks volumes about his talents and troubles
Today's lesson is once again the same as my favorite. But as far as all the feedback well you will have to figure that out on your own with trial and error. But practice is fun if it's not you are in the wrong business
Today's lesson is once again the same as my favorite. I Just Want To Make Love To You is actually a Willie Dixon tune but Foghat is the band that made it famous. This is a great song for a band playing the bar circuit because you can stretch it out to be a ten minute song if you need to
Once again today's lesson is the same as my favorite Pat Travers Snortin Whisky And Drinkin Cocaine. This one is a great rocker and sounds harder than it really is. If you watch this guy play the song you can pick out both parts of the guitar
Today's lesson is a Led Zeppelin tune that starts on a flat top the tune is Over The Hills And Far Away. The beginning of this song is hard and then not so hard. You just have to loosen up those fingers
This is a new one for me but I came across this and thought you might like it. This is a voice recording of Allen Collins discussing the making of Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere by Rossington Collins Band
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