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Inversions, Primary Chord Progression, Sunrise Blues Application

Learn to play authentic New Orleans blues piano in the style of Dr. John, Fats Domino, and Professor Longhair. There's a party in this lesson!

Learn to play authentic New Orleans blues piano in the style of Dr. John, Fats Domino, and Professor Longhair. There's a party in this lesson!

Learn a blues in G that keeps going ’round and ’round. The Carousel Blues will melt your troubles away.

Learn to solo confidently with the most important scale for piano improv that works on any song in any style over any chord progression.

Learn to solo confidently with the most important scale for piano improv that works on any song in any style over any chord progression.

Want to embellish the traditional 12-bar blues form with a bebop sound? Learn to play bebop blues piano in 3 simple steps for all levels.

Want to embellish the traditional 12-bar blues form with a bebop sound? Learn to play bebop blues piano in 3 simple steps for all levels.

Learn how to play sweet slow blues piano for beginners in C. Create pro sounding licks using 6 simple chords, 1 easy scale, and 3 awesome improv techniques!

Learn how to play sweet slow blues piano for beginners in C. Create pro sounding licks using 6 simple chords, 1 easy scale, and 3 awesome improv techniques!

In this lesson, piano students of any level will learn an essential blues piano lick. Students can also use this lesson to level-up their blues sound.

In this lesson, piano students of any level will learn an essential blues piano lick. Students can also use this lesson to level-up their blues sound.

What is cocktail blues piano? You can use these 4 steps to master this specific dialect of cocktail jazz to add some bluesy personality to your sound.

This blues lesson is like no other. You will get more beginner blues piano mileage out of 2 chords and 4 notes than you thought possible with these 6 steps!

What is cocktail blues piano? You can use these 4 steps to master this specific dialect of cocktail jazz to add some bluesy personality to your sound.

This blues lesson is like no other. You will get more beginner blues piano mileage out of 2 chords and 4 notes than you thought possible with these 6 steps!

Learn the techniques to expand your jazz vocabulary with three useful exercises. First Austin explains how to play arpeggios over all the changes. Next, he covers the "Rock Climber" exercise, and finally he provides a brief overview of "upper structures."

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