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Discovering Devo

Written by Rhys Lett on January 28, 2019

Devo started as an art project. They grew to be the most successful band of the early 80s. Band leaders Mark Mothersbaugh and Jerry Casale were joined by their brothers named Bob (earning band nick names Bob 1 and Bob 2). Adding incredibly talented drummer Alan Myers turned them into Early admirers were David Bowie, […]

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Dead and Company, Playing in The Sand, Night 3, January 20, 2019 Review

Written by Rhys Lett on January 27, 2019

Night 3. The last show of the weekend. Dead and Company have played this weekend in mid tour form. So this has been a thoroughly enjoyable time on the couch in Melbourne, Australia witnessing a weekend of good vibes and great playing. As close to the real thing as I’ll manage. For a recap of […]

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Dead and Company, Playing in the Sand Night 2, January 19, 2019 Review

Written by Rhys Lett on January 22, 2019

Time for the second show of Playing in the Sand 2019 version. After the buzz of my first “on the day of” webcast concert experience, technology let me down for 24 hours delaying getting to view show two. As mentioned in the night 1 review, I have gone from casual fan to full blown obsessive during […]

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Dead and Company, Playing in The Sand night 1, January 17, 2019 review

Written by Rhys Lett on January 18, 2019

Former Grateful Dead members formed Dead and Company in 2015. Joining guitarist singer Bob Weir, drummers Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart are guitarist/vocalist John Mayer, keys player Jeff Chimenti and former Allman Brothers bassist Oteil Burbridge. This is the second year Dead and Company will host a weekend in Mexico playing three shows. I live […]

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The Guitars of Eric Clapton

Written by Rhys Lett on September 10, 2018

Eric Clapton is one of the most influential guitar players of all time. He took the blues to the masses with The Yardbirds, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers and supergroup Cream. From the 1970s onwards Clapton has continued as a solo artist scoring hits in every . In this article we will look at the famous guitars […]

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Grade 2 ANZCA Guitar Exam

Written by Rhys Lett on July 27, 2018

Here are the skills that are required to be performed in the Grade 2 ANZCA guitar exam. students need to perform Technical work from memory. For assistance in preparation for the Grade 2 ANZCA guitar exam contact us on 0421 705 150 or via the contact page on this site to book a lesson. Technical […]

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10 Classic Australian Guitar Riffs

Written by Rhys Lett on July 27, 2018

Rock music goes hand in hand with the beer and barbecue culture of Australia. Check out some of these Australian guitar classics to learn. Friday on My Mind – Easybeats – Classic Australian Guitar Riffs The band that started it all. The power chord intro kicks off one of the most important moments in Australian rock […]

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10 Classic Australian Bass Lines

Written by Rhys Lett on July 24, 2018

From pumping rock lines to melodic runs, the bass guitar is the most underrated instrument in music. These lines feature in some classic Australian songs. Learn these 10 great Australian bass lines to improve your skills. These bass lines demonstrate how the instrument can be used in so many different ways. Eagle Rock – Daddy […]

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