I thought it would be helpful to create a page full of resources that you can always refer to for all of your jazz education needs.

These are products that I personally use on a regular basis. I’ll keep adding to the list on a regular basis as I encounter more cool stuff. I recommend bookmarking the page for your reference and ease of learning. Enjoy these resources!

Premium Jazz Lessons Elite Membership Course

Learn Jazz PianoSteve’s all-in-one mega course Premium Jazz Lessons Elite Membership is finally here.

Get access to 5 killer libraries of jazz piano lessons. Songs library, chords library, licks library, improv drills, and pro jam tracks library.

The Jazz Masters Method

Jazz Piano LessonsSteve’s Jazz Masters Method is now available on DVD and instant streaming! Learn the jazz improvisation techniques of 9 incredible jazz piano masters.

Play like the jazz masters right now! 


Blues Piano Lessons

Blues Piano LessonsSteve’s Learn and Improvise Blues Piano Course now available on DVD. Take your blues playing to the next level. Study in the comfort of your own home. Already in 2nd printing!


The Christmas Jazz Piano Super System

Christmas-Jazz-Piano-Super-System-2Over 4 hours of powerful & in depth training on how to play Christmas music in a rich jazz piano style. Best seller. Learn more here →


The Zero To Jazz Piano Hero Program

Are you new to jazz piano? Want a step by step program that will take you from zero to playing songs you love in only 30-60 days? Then, this is the program for you! Learn more here →

The Breakthrough Blues Piano Method

Discover hours of world class blues piano secrets. Taught by Hall Of Fame blues pianist Bruce Katz. Amazing blues and soul jazz discoveries await you! Grab this program right here →

The Jazz Improvisation Super System

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Learn how the the greatest jazz improvisers create endless streams of beautiful sounds. 5 hours mega course tough by jazz legend David Garfield.

A complete A to Z blueprint for jazz improvisation success.

Grab this program right here →

Transcription and Ear Training Software

transcribe reviewTranscribe. The best software tool out there for transcribing and learning music off recordings.

Slow down recordings without losing pitch. Loop them, analyze notes, tranpose recordings, karaoke type functions, and more.

Jazz Education Materials

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A small % of the sale is credited back to at no extra cost to you.

This helps pay for hosting costs for the site and the creation of new free lessons. Thank you and enjoy! 🙂

Barry Harris workshop reviewBarry Harris Workshop DVD  Learn jazz from the source! An amazing master class taught by one of the best jazz piano players of all time.  I’ve learned a ton from Barry Harris!

This is a 4 DVD set and it comes with a book filled with tons of notated examples so it’s easy for you to learn from.


1.  The Swing Era – 1936-1947 (Jazz Bible Fake Books) Great collection of well notated and popular jazz standards to learn.



2.  Jazz of the 50’s (Jazz Bible Fake Book Series) I work from this fake book daily. Tunes from this fake book are called all the time. So many in here are must know.



 3. Hal Leonard Jazz of the 60’s And Beyond: Bible Fake Book Series Really nice collection of popular jazz tunes from the 60’s era. Tunes like Giant Steps, Black Coffee, All Blues and etc.



4. The Real Book: Sixth Edition The industry standard!  Definitely a must in your jazz education library.



The New Real Book (in C) The other jazz industry standard. For many years this was “the” fakebook. Lead sheets are clearly written. Easy to learn from!

Recommend Recordings

 1. Miles Davis Kind of Blue

 2. Barry Harris Live At The Jazz Workshop

 3. Wes Montgomery Smokin At the Half Note

 4. Hank Mobley Soul Station

 5. Art Blakey A Night At Birdland Volume 1

Other Piano Resources Steve’s brand new other website where you can learn beginner piano lessons, rock piano lessons, R&B piano lessons, country piano lessons, piano chords, and more. New lessons are posted regularly on there.

  • Angelo

    Steve, when will your jazz lesson DVD come out?

  • Roberto

    Hi Steve!
    … only a question … I am completely new to piano (just bought a piano keyboard two days ago!) … and I would like first to start by myself to gain a bit of confidence before going next year to some private lessons. Your method sounds very interesting but my question is could it be suitable for a total beginner? Would you suggest it to me?
    I don’t know anything!

    Thanks in advance,

    • Hi Roberto,
      I would highly recommend taking some private lessons either online or with a teacher. A great teacher can save you years of time. It’s money well spent. There’s no way I would have developed my own skills without great teachers 🙂

  • Astrid Kustusch

    I’m looking for jazz standards and left hand Viocings in pdf and Mididifils example ???

  • Stephen Bartley

    Hi Steve, steadily working my way through the Zero to Jazz Hero DVD Course and I’m picking it up really fast and making my own progressions now! Its a revelation and I am amazed at how some certain chords revert back to the tonic chord so easily such as the V back to the iMaj7. Cheers mate your a star!

    • Hi Stephen,
      Thanks so much for the kind words! So happy to hear you’re enjoying the program. It’s so cool how so many chords just have that magnetic pull right? Anyway, thanks again and I look forward to sharing music with you further!

  • Canadian Kuma

    Hello Steve,
    I’m visiting your site for the first time today and already learned some great stuff. I’m looking forward to working through all of the lessons. I like playing from fake books and see that you have 5 listed. You note that you work from Jazz of the 50’s daily. Which one would you recommend I start with?

    • Hey CF,
      Find the fake book that has the tunes that you love the most. It’s a good idea to start with tunes you love because it keeps you motivated.