Category Archives: Blues Piano

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Premium Jazz Lessons Elite Membership Has Launched!

Hey there fans of learning jazz piano and jazz piano lessons online! I’m proud to announce that my newest course is finally live and available. Premium Jazz Lessons Elite Membership was released with on Monday Oct. 7th 2013. It includes … Continue reading

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How To Mix The Blues Scale With Bebop Over A Jazz Standard

Have you always wondered how you can use the blues scale over a jazz standard? Do you know how to mix bebop and blues together over jazz tunes? Well in today’s jazz tutorial we’re going to explore both of these … Continue reading

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The Blues Scale For Piano: A Simple Guide

If you want to learn how to play the the blues scale on piano you’ve come to the right place! This scale can add a lot of soulfulness and richness to your piano playing. You can hear the blues scale … Continue reading

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Free Lesson And A Big Announcement

Hey Friends, I hope you’ve had a GREAT week so far. I can’t believe another week has passed and the weekend is fast approaching! (I’m excited though as I’m going on a 15 mile hike through some trails in Wisconsin. … Continue reading

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How To Play A Jazz Blues Chord Progression

In today’s free jazz blues chords lesson we’re going to take an in depth look at some jazz chords you can add into your blues playing. These chords will make your blues sound way more interesting. Players like Oscar Peterson, … Continue reading

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Oscar Peterson Lick Lesson

Here’s a fun Oscar Peterson lick.  Oscar played this lick over a blues but you can throw it in over many other tunes. This little 4 bar lick is filled to the rim with all kinds of blues and jazz … Continue reading

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Jazz Chords – How To Play Two Handed Comping Chords (Rootless Voicings)

When I was first learning jazz I searched for a long time trying to find a good book or a method to learn how to comp in a jazz rhythm section. Sadly, there isn’t a ton of information out there … Continue reading

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