Archive | Country & Western

Bluegrass – Section

Bluegrass and Fiddling are really cousins. Fiddling has its roots in European tunes that came westward with the immigrants up to 200 or more years ago.  Often these tunes were called “Mountain Music.” Bluegrass, in comparison, as stated elsewhere on the site, though it sounds just as ancient to modern

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Country Music Lessons

Country Music.  Yes, this is another one of those very wide style categories that encompasses many sub-genres, isms and schisms!  You may see some of the same lessons in more than one category because of these styles overlapping so much.   It is my opinion that today’s modern Country Music

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Lesson Lists By Style

Cornerstone Styles: Jazz: Straight Ahead, American Standards, BeBop, Gypsy Jazz, Latin Jazz, Jazz Fusion Blues: Chicago, Memphis, Peidmont, Delta Rock: Classic, Pop, Punk, Grunge, Metal, Roots, Rock n Roll, Country Rock, Progressive Rock Country: Modern Country, Country & Western, Western Swing, Bluegrass, Fiddle Tunes, Old Time Fiddle Other style isms,

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Improv Any Style – Using 3 Unique Approaches! (overview)

Find out about our 3 level overview approach to improvising in nearly any style! Join our free Fiddle Jam Club to see more of this subject and many other fiddle and Jamming subjects!  Click here. Check out this video lesson for our free Fiddle Jam Club and AAP members!

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It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels – Kitty Wells

A True Country & Western Classic, with a classic double stop fiddle solo played by Paul Warren. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” is a 1952 country song written by J. D. “Jay” Miller, and originally recorded by Kitty Wells. It was an

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