• Who Else Wants To Learn The Tadd Dameron Turnaround Progression?

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    We’re covering the ins and outs of the Tadd Dameron turnaround progression in this lesson.

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    “1-4” chord progressions you can use!

    The 1-4 chord progression is one of the most commonly used progressions in gospel and blues music. In our 300-pg course, we cover several ways to play 1-4 chord progressions. In this lesson, I will show you a couple of ways to transition from a 1 chord to a 4 chord. These techniques are taken […]

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    The “7-3-6-2-5-1” Progression and How to Use It!

    Let’s get right to work with this month’s online classroom. In the past, I’ve given you one-fingered bass notes to play on your left hand. In this lesson, I will give you three-fingered left hand voicings so that you’ll get used to playing “bigger” chords. These progressions will also be in the key of Db […]

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    How to Add Bigger “3-6-2-5-1” Progressions to your Songs!

    The “3-6-2-5-1” progression is common in gospel music and creates a distinct sound. In this month’s classroom lesson, I am going to share with you a few of my favorite “3-6-2-5-1” progressions and how to use them in your gospel music. Like every other progression we’ve learned, this one simply adds on to the “6-2-5-1” […]

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    Opening and closing your songs with “2-5-1” progressions!

    If you listen to music, you’ve definitely heard a “2-5-1” progression. They are found in just about any type of music — regardless of style, genre, or rhythmical pattern. It is commonly the series of chords that end a song. However, it can be used in several situations (I can only go over a few […]

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