• Can you really mix Gospel and Latin together?

    in Salsa & Latin styles

    Sure you can! And as gospel music evolves and churches continue to embrace other genres of music (to make their worship experiences more universal), you’ll see it even more!

    Martha Munizzi has already fused Gospel, Latin, and R&B styles in songs like “Glorious” and has traditional church folks everywhere singing and clapping to her rhythms!

     

    If you like what you hear and want to learn how to play salsa music by ear, see below…

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    Hi, I'm Jermaine Griggs, founder of this site. We teach people how to express themselves through the language of music. Just as you talk and listen freely, music can be enjoyed and played in the same way... if you know the rules of the "language!" I started this site at 17 years old in August 2000 and more than a decade later, we've helped literally millions of musicians along the way. Enjoy!

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    1 Sam

    I’m already in line for this one. I’ve always wanted to learn salsa music so I can incorporate it into my church playing.

    thanks j,
    Sam

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