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Learn a super easy approach to improvising over any pop progression using just 2 chord positions and 10th intervals.

Learn 10 of the most common mistakes that hold back blues pianists, and how to overcome each one.

Learn one of the most epic piano grooves of all time! It is is used in many films, rock, & contemporary music.

Learn one of the most important "sad" progressions used in hundreds of songs and countless genres.

If you're a beginner, should you learn jazz or blues piano first? In this lesson, you'll see 10 reasons why it's a good idea to start with the blues!

Get that modern jazz sound in your improvisation using this upper structure run for piano. You can use this triad pair pattern over any dominant 7th chord!

Learn 3 essential blues riffs and licks for piano! You'll learn an easy lick, an intermediate lick, and an advanced lick, as well as left hand blues chords.

Learn traditional gospel piano techniques to accompany congregational songs in a charismatic style with bass runs, stylized chords and more.

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