Registration for my Blues Chord Substitutions workshop closes at midnight EST tonight. I've got just a few spaces left, which I'm filling on a first come, first served basis. If you've been on the fence about whether this workshop is right for you, I'll be holding a short Q&A at 3pm CST this afternoon to answer any questions you might still have. If you're wondering what I'll be teaching, how Zoom works, if you should know theory to take the class or how much fingerpicking is involved, fire up your webcam and come on down.
The Q&A will be under an hour, and it's free. Just click the link below to attend:Workshop Q&A
P.S. I thought it would be cool to limit the class size so everyone participating could really have the opportunity to ask questions, show me what they're working on and get some direct one-on-one feedback. And because enough folks also thought that sounded cool and signed up, there really are just a few spots left. (I wish that was marketing hype, but I'm not that smooth.) Twelve is the max, and that, to quote Uncle Duke, is my final offer. Or if you prefer your cultural references in the bebop idiom, now – according to Charlie Parker – is the time. So drop me a line for a registration link, or come to the Q&A find out if the workshop is right for you.