Category Archives: Masters of Jazz

Tasty Blues Piano Licks #1

Want to learn how blues piano licks can be used over blues, rock, gospel, and jazz chord changes? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

In today’s video I’m going to teach you a tasty lick that will be a …

Blues Piano Tutorial: Learn A Cool Right Hand Lick

Do you want to learn how to play blues piano? Well, you’ve come to the right place (video and blues piano tutorial below).

Over the next few weeks we’re going to be releasing several new blues piano tutorials and …

Learn Piano From Grammy Nominated Piano Player Matt Slocum

One of the best ways to learn jazz piano is to sit down and talk with master jazz musicians.

Over the years, I’ve made some great friends while touring and met some incredible talent. I’ve learned so much from these …

The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System Is HERE!!

Hey jazz piano and christmas piano fans! 

christmas-piano-sheet-musicThe Christmas Jazz Piano Super System is now LIVE and available today! You can get access to the course right here.

As a reminder, I am including some very special and limited

How To Play Block Chords Over A Real Jazz Standard

Do you want to learn how to play block chords over a real jazz tune? Then, this lesson is for you!

Block chords are a really cool chord voicing technique that you can use to harmonize your songs. They’re very …

Free Block Chord Piano Lesson

Do you want to learn more about block chords? Are you looking for an easy jazz piano lesson on the locked hand chord style? You’ve come to the right place!

In today’s lesson we’re going to take a look at …

Straight No Chaser Jazz Piano Tutorial (Thelonious Monk Lesson)

jazz piano tutorialsIf you love the sound of Thelonious Monk’s music than you’ll have a tun of fun with this sample jazz piano tutorial.

In today’s lesson we’re going to learn the famous Monk tune Straight No Chaser. Straight No Chaser is …

John Coltrane Jazz Patterns 101

john coltrane lessonAre you having problems playing scales and longer lines at fast tempos?

Is your improvisation grinding to a screeching halt when you play over complex chord progressions?

Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Today I’m going to try and fix that …

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