Improvising Blues Piano Tips

Do you wish you were better at improvising blues piano? How can you learn how to make your melodies sound soulful and intimate? How can you learn to play a melody so it really sounds like it’s coming from the heart? Here’s The Big Problem Most jazz and blues newbies run immediately to a fake…

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2 Essential Syncopation Tricks

Want to learn some awesome syncopation moves that you can use to add energy and excitement to your arrangements? Cool! (video below) You can use move #1 to make your left chord hand patterns much more exciting. You can move #2 to add energy to a bland & boring melody. Both of these rhythms are must have moves…

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How To Organize Your Chord Practice

Are you searching for an easy way to organize your chord practice? You’ve come to the right place. In this lesson you’ll find a free sample from my beginner jazz piano course, “The Zero To Jazz Piano Hero Program” (Free sample video tutorial below) Update: The Zero To Jazz Piano Hero Program has been released! You can…

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Jazz Rhythm – How To Practice This Important Skill

Would you like to improve your jazz rhythm? Today we’re going to talk about one of the most fundamental skills that you need to succeed as a jazz piano player. Even though this skill is incredibly important I’m always amazed by how many jazz students seem so ready to blissfully ignore it inside the practice…

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Jazz Masters Method Special Video Blog Thank You

Hey everybody! Today’s post is going to be short but sweet. I’m truly humbled right now. I’d like to thank everybody who’s ordered the Jazz Masters Method DVD so far during this launch week. The response has been simply been AMAZING. I am truly blessed!  Thank you!! I prepared a quick little video blog as I…

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7 Tips To Help You Play Better At Fast Tempos

Do you have trouble playing well at faster tempos? Do you feel like you just can’t execute your ideas as clearly as you’d like? Do you sound good at slower tempos but the second the tempo starts getting up there your jazz improvisation starts to suffer? If you answered yes, (which most musicians probably will) there…

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