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Learn the signature Elton John accompaniment pattern that works over almost any pop or rock song progression.

Learn the signature Elton John accompaniment pattern that works over almost any pop or rock song progression.

Learn to improvise using the "Gospel Scale," also known as the pentatonic b3 scale. This can be used over almost any style.

Learn a flashy boogie rock arrangement with octave bass lines, classic blues riffs, and high-register smash licks. This arrangement is a fantastic challenge for any aspiring boogie pianist.

Learn a pop rock piece in the style of Coldplay or U2 with 16th notes, a driving bass line, and syncopated rhythms. The B section also features a hand cross-over which is wicked fun to play.

Learn an upbeat and exciting rock piece with fun triplet turns and accented passages. This uplifting tune is driven by the left hand and uses classic pop progressions.

Learn an inspirational contemporary piece reminiscent of film composers such as Hans Zimmer & Thomas Newman. This cinematic piece reaches an epic climax with driving rhythms and 16th notes.

Learn a punchy and upbeat pop contemporary tune that is tons of fun to play. This song features suspended chords, syncopated bass, key changes, and a big buildup to the final chorus.

Lay it down with this irresistible Rock and Roll Groove! Works over just about any Rock tune from the 50s.

Learn the most important fundamentals for the Key of A Major with the scale, diatonic chords, and common chord progressions. Put it all together with a fun rock song!

Lay it down with this irresistible Rock and Roll Groove! Works over just about any Rock tune from the 50s.

Diatonic Chords, 4 Common Chord Progressions

A Major Song "Doin' the PWJ Rock", Melody, Chords, & Shuffle

A Major Scale, Hands Separate & Together, 2 Octaves

Learn the most important fundamentals for the Key of A Major with the scale, diatonic chords, and common chord progressions. Then put it all together with a fun rock song!

Back to the Melody and Tagging the Ending

Soloing Like Jerry Lee Lewis!

Back to the Melody and the Rock Breakdown

Boogie Octaves and Embellishments

Boogie and Bluesy Tremolos

The Introduction, Chords, and First Rock Melody

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