Take Five Chords: Quick Piano Tutorial

Would you like to learn how to play the Take Five chords? Well, you’ve come to the right place! In today’s easy to follow Take Five video lesson you’re going to learn the intro chords to Take Five. But that’s not all… You’re also going to learn how to count and play in a 5…

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Announcing A Brand New Piano Lessons Online Website

Hey there! We’ve got a major announcement today. I’m so excited to release this video.  So, over the years we’ve had a ton of requests from students who’ve asked us if we could create some different styles of music in our tutorials. I’ve heard things like, “We love the jazz tutorials but can you also teach…

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Slash Chords Simplified : Video Tutorial

What are slash chords? Have you ever run into a chord chart or lead sheet that shows 2 notes with a slash in between them? It would have looked something like this F/A or B/D# ? These are known as slash chords! Ever wondered how to play them? Today’s quick and fun lesson teaches you…

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How To Practice Piano – Use Your Time Tips

Do you want to learn more about how to practice piano? Today I want to talk about one of the biggest piano practice mistakes that I see jazz piano students make. Many people desperately want to sound better and have more fun at the piano. Yet, when it comes to piano practice, they don’t use their…

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Jazz Harmony: How To Learn Chords More Quickly

Got a great email question from Joe about how to make learning jazz harmony and jazz chords easier. “Hey Steve, Love your playing man! Ok, so I’ve played mostly rock in my life but I’ve always been a sucker for those jazzy chords. It’s time to finally up my chord game. I don’t have a million hours a…

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4 Piano Improvisation Shapes You Need To Know

Are you struggling with you piano improvisation? Do you find yourself quickly running out of ideas when your soloing? In this free piano improvisation video lesson, I’m going to teach you how to start using a cool improvisation technique called ‘vertical playing’. This chordal based approach to improv will add all kinds of new possibilities into your soloing.…

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