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Busking is a tradition as old as music itself. Another arm in a musician’s public performance arsenal, busking is at once a fun pastime and an opportunity to be heard by passersby on your own terms. All around NYC you can hear music in the air. In fact, some might […]

BUSKING IN NYC: A Definitive Guide






how to find a bass player
More cowbell is a matter of taste, but a band can’t go without a bass player. Providing the rhythmic backbone of your music, playing bass may not always be the most glamorous role, but there’s no question that it’s essential. If you’re having trouble finding a great bass player to […]

How to Find a Bass Player









drum teacher respources
Our Favorite Free Resources for Drum Teachers Giving drum lessons is an exciting and rewarding activity, whether you’re teaching professionally, just earning a little extra cash on the side, or simply trying to inspire the next generation of drummers. It can also be a difficult task. Knowing how to play […]

Helpful Resources for Drum Teachers






plan your bands tour
The thrill of planning that first tour will likely resonate in any musician’s heart forever. Sure, the first tour is rarely completely smooth or without problems (same goes for tours number two, three, four…) but downsides included, nothing competes with the feeling of being on the road with your band. […]

Planning Your Band’s First Tour





How to Play Fast Blues Licks on Guitar More blues licks http://www.guitarjamz.com/ytblues. Check them out at their website http://www.guitarjamz.com.   Ever want to learn how to play fret burning fast licks like Stevie Ray, and Joe Bonamassa? We’ll if you’ve been practicing your scales like good little boys and girls, this video […]

How to Play Fast Blues Licks on Guitar Like Stevie ...