Andy Brown (Solo Jazz Guitar) 1

Andy Brown (Solo Jazz Guitar) 1


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Artist: Andy Brown
Length: 37:33
Subtitles: English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Description: In part one (1 of 3) of this solo jazz guitar lesson series, renowned guitarist Andy Brown shows you his approach to playing chord melody on the instrument. Andy breaks down the elements of this style, so that you can learn to apply these principles without being overwhelmed by the process. If you're looking for a straight-forward approach to learning solo jazz guitar, this guitar masterclass series is for you. NOTE: You can purchase all 3 videos in this series at a discount here! Topics Covered: Solo Jazz Guitar, Chord Melody Style, Orchestration, Melody, Harmony, Bass Notes, 2-Note Approach, Improvising, Independence, Voices, Playing in 12 Keys, Playing Rubato, Understanding Note and Chord Function, Groove, Etc.

Andy Brown

Andy Brown is a guitarist based in Chicago. Born in New York in 1975, he has played professionally for over twenty five years. He has had a varied performing career that has included stints in Cincinnati and New York City.

Since coming to Chicago in 2003, Andy has been fortunate to work at many of the area’s finest jazz venues with his own bands, as well as playing his unique brand of solo jazz guitar. He has backed visiting jazz names at places including The Jazz Showcase and the Harris Theater. Currently he plays solo guitar every Thursday at The Green Mill, leads his quartet every Wednesday at Andy’s Jazz Club and performs with his trio bi-weekly at Winter’s Jazz Club.

As a sideman he has performed with internationally know jazz musicians including Scott Hamilton, Howard Alden, Harry Allen, Warren Vaché, Ken Peplowski, Hod O’Brien, Rebecca Kilgore, Judy Carmichael, Anat Cohen, Kurt Elling and many others. He has also worked with many names on the Chicago jazz scene including Russ Phillips, Don Stiernberg, Chris Foreman, Eric Schneider, Bobby Lewis and Judy Roberts.

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