Posting easy short lessons from the woodshed on my youtube page this week. You may like to subscribe for more clips. Here is one from Truefire’s Essentials Chet Atkins style course for you to try out.
I take the simple tune “Islamorada” from my Essentials Fingerstyle guitar course, and go through how to add feel, start improvising on it and make it your own.
Here are some things you can do to make this easy tune more your own. ISLAMORADA
My new Truefire course, Essentials: Chet Atkins Style is released. Thanks for the great reviews coming in. Here is one: “I have been working on his style for awhile now and your course breaks it down to a more simple level that helps get the foundation without just playing patterns. I am actually making music! […]
Guitar Player wrote a great feature about our a/v show. “Muriel Anderson has always been one of those rare guitarists who can put so much heart into demanding music that listeners tend to absorb her formidable melodic and technical skills as something like a film soundtrack. You hear the artistry and the creativity and the […]
Related show Artist: Muriel Anderson with Mino Cinelu Date: Wed Jan 20, 2016 Time: 7:30pm Venue: Ruth B. Shannon Center for the Performing Arts at Whittier College City: Whittier, CA Address: 6760 Painter Ave, Venue phone: 562-907-4203 Country: United States Admission: $25 adults / $20 Stu & Seniors Notes: “Wonderlust” AV show , With Mino […]
My niece came up with a modification to the traditional pie, that was the hit of Thanksgiving dinner. She was kind to share it with us! Use any crust recipe or premade. Preheat oven to 350 2 T butter 1 1/2 cups chopped pecans 3 eggs beaten 1 c real maple syrup scant 1/2 c […]
Thank you all for such a fantastic response to the debut of the new live show with the stunning visual backdrops by Bryan Allen. We’ll be doing more of them in December and January. I look forward to sharing the experience with you! In the interim, we are celebrating with a CD giveaway on my […]
This is my great-grandmother’s recipe. We call it “nisu” but modern Finns call this “pulla” and Swedes know it as “bolla.” Our family came four generations ago from the far north of Finland, and in 1880 there it was still called “nisu” so in our family it is nisu. There are many other ways to […]
I’m not usually big on desserts, but every now and then is one that knocks my socks off! This was made by Pam Ferrucci in Livermore, CA. I look forward to returning to play at the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center on Jan 8th, and I hope she makes it again then! Hint hint.. (Spray […]