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The LJS Podcast is the podcast where you get weekly jazz tips, interviews, stories and advice for becoming a better jazz musician! Hosting the show is the jazz musician behind learnjazzstandards.com, author, and entrepreneur Brent Vaartstra, who’s one goal is to answer any question about playing jazz music you may have. Jazz can be a challenging music to learn and play, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Each episode features a specific musical challenge that jazz students may come across, w ...
 
Learn jazz piano with Julian Bradley's STEP-BY-STEP AUDIO SERIES. Topics include: favorite chord voicings, reharmonization, improvisation tips, bass lines, song endings, and more. Julian Bradley is a jazz pianist from the U.K. and has a masters degree in music. Download Julian's FREE JAZZ PIANO SHEET MUSIC to go with the lessons at: www.JazzTutorial.com/podcast
 
On the Strategy and Leadership Podcast, we interview CEOs, business leaders, authors and thought leaders to get their perspectives on strategy, business, leadership, culture and people to you can advance in your career and your life. If you're looking for one of the best business podcasts and leadership podcasts out there- we're top 3% in the world. Be sure to subscribe! We put a new podcast out once a week. The Strategy and Leadership podcast is hosted by SME Strategy: We're a management co ...
 
In "Let's Talk Piano," we are going to have fun talking about many interesting topics as you continue in your piano adventures.A lot of the topics will be based on questions asked over the years by ambitious and not-so-ambitious students of piano all over the world.There will also be episodes that will include actual playing and discussions as well.You will be able to contribute your ideas and thoughts through social media by going to:Facebook: https://facebook.com/easypianoTwitter: http://t ...
 
A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music™ is a Rhythm & Blues music show that is created and produced by Terry A. Ferguson. The show’s premise is to educate listeners about the roots and influences of Rhythm & Blues by giving listeners a history lesson on the artist, composers, arrangers, singers and songwriters who have contributed and continue to contribute to this genre of music. The roots of R&B that are played on A Bowl of Soul are Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Hip Hop and Rock music. A Bo ...
 
The Tes My Best Teacher podcast chats to celebrities about the teachers that had a lasting impact on their life and what made them so special. We also delve into other school memories, from great trips out to the behaviours that landed them in detention - and much more besides to show that, no matter what you go on to achieve in life, you never forget your school days.
 
The United States of Anxiety is a show about the unfinished business of our history, and its grip on our future. Each week, host Kai Wright invites listeners to gather for intimate conversations and deeply reported stories about the choices we’ve made as a society -- and the new choices we can imagine now. We’re learning from our past, meeting our neighbors, and sharing the joy (and the work!) of living in a plural society. Our inbox is also open for your voice memos—send them to anxiety@wny ...
 
Members and affiliates of the American Orthopaedic Association (AOA) interview guests to highlight lessons in orthopaedic leadership. Interviews include orthopaedic leaders, faculty and leaders within orthopaedic departments at academic institutions and large practices, health care system leaders, rising leaders, and other medical leaders. Thanks to @iampetermartin for his contribution of introduction and conclusion jazz music.
 
OutsideGuitar.com was founded in 2015 by guitarist Aram Bajakian. Having spent more than a decade as an active member of NYC's scene, and performing with a diverse range of artists (Lou Reed, John Zorn, Diana Krall, Malcolm Mooney from Can) Bajakian wanted to find a way to give back some of what he had learned to the music community. Thus, the online guitar masterclass, OutsideGuitar.com was born. The OutsideGuitar.com podcast allows subscribers to ask questions to guitarists that play outsi ...
 
Noble Sissle, who lived from 1889 to 1975, participated in and witnessed some of America's great moments in history associated with culture and racial equality. Known throughout history as a music lyricist and orchestra leader, Sissle was an ambassador of goodwill for America from World War I with the renowned Harlem Hellfighters' Regimental Band to the Harlem Renaissance in the 1920s to entertaining millions of military service persons with the USO in World War II to playing for presidents, ...
 
Welcome to "Ask the Guitar Coach" - the ONLY podcast where all your guitar learning questions are answered! Hosted by professional Electric Guitar Coach, Ioannis Anastassakis (www.ioannis.org) If you want your question to be featured in an upcoming episode, send us an email at ioannis@ioannis.org and we will add it to the questions to be covered in “Ask The Guitar Coach”!
 
Documenting Popular Music offers original radio features (mini documentaries) that take an in-depth look at the artists and music from the 1970’s and 1980’s. Through new interviews with singers, songwriters, musicians, producers, disc jockeys, authors, etc., we provide an inside look into the unforgettable music from that era. Additionally, we present reviews of new albums from artist connected to the 70’s and 80’s. The shows are produced at The O-and-F Studios (www.OandFStudios.com).
 
Tap Teachers deserve quick and easy access to new knowledge and fresh inspiration, so they can be the best teacher they can be for their students. Join Hillary-Marie from iTapOnline.com in the Lost in the Shuffle Tap Dance Podcast as she shares her top tips and tricks for Tap Teachers, in hopes of growing the tap dance community one passionate tap dancer at a time by supporting the tap teachers who educate them. Each episode is packed with quick answers to questions from tap teachers all aro ...
 
Welcome to Julian Bradley's ear training podcast for musicians! Learn to play music by ear using proven practice methods, while avoiding common mistakes that many musicians make. Episodes include ear training practice at the piano, college style ear training tests, and Q+A sessions to help you learn to play music by ear. Julian is a jazz pianist from the U.K. and has a masters degree in music. All episodes are based on Julian's 'Fixed Key Learning' method - where musicians transcribe all son ...
 
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This month we are studying one of the master pianists of all time, McCoy Tyner. This lick represents the endless possibilities of using pentatonics and how someone like Tyner uses them to create tension and release. Enjoy the episode and don't forget to grab the PDF!WANT THE PDF THAT GOES ALONG WITH THIS EPISODE??Head over to our Patreon page and w…
 
Join Kelli and Anne for their 184th NEW episode! First Kelli and Anne catch you up on what they have been up to these last couple of weeks including seeing Sandra Bernhard live at City Winery NYC, starting the keto diet again, deciding when to do their Fall clothing change out, football season beginning and their loyalty to LSU and The Green Bay Pa…
 
Henry Daas is an Entrepreneurial Coach, Personal Finance Coach, and the author of FQ: Financial Intelligence, a 432 page book that explores every aspect of personal finance. He also offers a 20-week course where he teaches everything he knows about how to manage and grow your money, including uncovering the mindset that may be holding you back, cre…
 
Peter tells you about his musical journey and the tunes that educated him the most in his early days. * Learn how to master the major scales - check out Adam's Major Scale Course * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Le…
 
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano! Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play traditional Locked Hands Dominant Voicings. In this Jaz…
 
Ask The Guitar Coach (International) - 247 Today’s question:“What scale should I learn after learning the minor pentatonic scale?” Welcome to Ask the Guitar Coach (ATGC), the ONLY podcast where we answer YOUR questions about playing and learning the Electric guitar. Hosted by Ioannis Anastassakis, program director of Elite Guitar Coaching. If you w…
 
Bob and Reuben continue their exploration of some of the most recognizable bass licks in jazz music - this time, they break down tunes by Wayne Shorter and Oscar Peterson. Links from this episode: Check out every song from this episode with this Spotify playlist. Interested in more music advice? Go here to browse our catalog of jazz lessons and cou…
 
How did September 11, 2001, and its aftermath, affect the way anyone perceived as Muslim, and those around them, fit inside the American experiment? Host Kai Wright is joined by award winning journalist Aymann Ismail, who talks about his post-9/11 childhood in northern New Jersey -- and what he learned about his identity as an adult. Then, a conver…
 
Welcome to episode 285 where today I talk about how to play more melodic jazz solos. What separates the amateurs from the experts is how melodic a jazz solo is. So if you are stuck with boring solos, or solos that sound like scales, this episode will give you actionable steps for transforming your solos into memorable ones.Listen to episode 285If y…
 
Don't let your left hand be boring - Peter and Adam show some voicings to help keep things interesting. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Interested in more m…
 
It was a blast getting to chat with Anthony for this new Player Profile a few weeks ago. I'm a big fan of his YouTube video lessons and of course his playing and we cover a vast array of topics in this interview ranging from tonewoods to time perception. Be sure to check out his music via the spotify link below and get ready for his new single drop…
 
One man’s ongoing effort to get justice for the abuse he endured at a U.S. prison in Iraq. At the start of the Iraq War in 2003, Salah Hasan Nusaif al-Ejaili was working as a journalist when the U.S. military detained him inside Abu Ghraib, a prison that would become notorious for American abuses committed in the wake of the September 11th terroris…
 
Peter and Adam deconstruct the myth that a pianist and guitarist will inevitably clash when they play together. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.com/pro Interested i…
 
This week we continue our series on pentatonics by investigating our options over a dominant 7th chord. The options are fairly limited but, the good news is, we have some very interesting and intriguing sounds we can use over this chord. Enjoy the episode!WANT THE PDF THAT GOES ALONG WITH THIS EPISODE??Head over to our Patreon page and when you don…
 
Join Kelli and Anne for their 183rd NEW episode! Their special guest today is Judy Dlugacz, the President and Founder of Olivia Travels, the premier travel company for the lesbian community. Judy talks about growing up, coming out and becoming a feminist activist in college and beyond. Next she chats about beginning Olivia Records and truly changin…
 
Mehak Vohra is the founder and CEO of SkillBank, a online program focused on training the next generation of marketers. Cohorts are free upfront, and you only pay once you graduate, if have a job paying $40k or more.She's also a 2017 Thiel Fellowship Finalist, and the youngest ever San Francisco mayoral candidate. On this originally live podcast ep…
 
It's never been more important than in these socially distanced times to make sure you're comfortable with your ability to stream. * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudiojazz.link/yhi * Learn more about Open Studio Pro: openstudiojazz.c…
 
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano! Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play traditional Locked Hands Minor Voicings. In this Jazz P…
 
The “Great Resignation” appears to be a real thing. But why? We ask workers what they really want. Plus, 45 questions to help us understand each other, and ourselves. Recent research shows that for a lot of us, our relationship with work has evolved greatly through this ongoing pandemic. In our Labor Day episode, journalist Sarah Jaffe, author of t…
 
Bob and Reuben check off some of the most important things to keep in mind for this crucial musical partnership. Interested in more music advice? Go here to browse our catalog of jazz lessons and courses available for purchase. Want some jazz courses taught by Reuben and Bob? Our Bass Access Pass includes every bass course in one convenient place. …
 
Ask The Guitar Coach (International) - 246 Today’s question:“5 "TOP" Tips for Custom shop guitars” Welcome to Ask the Guitar Coach (ATGC), the ONLY podcast where we answer YOUR questions about playing and learning the Electric guitar. Hosted by Ioannis Anastassakis, program director of Elite Guitar Coaching. If you want your question to be featured…
 
Welcome to episode 284 where today I talk about how to know whether you are ready to start learning jazz. I hear from musicians who wonder if their skills on their instrument are up to par, ears good enough, or in general, have the talent necessary to learn and play jazz. I discuss how to know if you are ready, and several things you can do to set …
 
We chat to singer Gabrielle about her school days and the teachers that inspired her, including: How her English teacher inspired a love of songwriting through poetry. A school exchange when she had her first exposure to the subject of psychology. A love of PE and her netball success. Discovering a passion for performing in school plays. Bringing m…
 
This month is all about pentatonics! We will be talking about how to creatively use pentatonic shapes over the 3 most common jazz chords. We start with the minor seventh chord and talk about three different major pentatonics that will give us very different sounds and feelings when used over this chord. Enjoy the episode and don't forget to grab th…
 
Join Kelli and Anne for their 182nd NEW episode! They begin this episode by talking about moving their youngest daughter into college to begin her Freshman year. The day was filled with excitement and tears only in private. They are so excited for this next chapter in her life. Their special guest today is Scott Nevins. He in an award-winning TV Pe…
 
Melvin Gravely is the CEO of TriVersity Construction, a 100-person, $100 million construction company working with large, commercial customers. He's also the Founder & Chairman at the Institute for Entrepreneurial Thinking, LTD, and the author of Dear White Friend: The Realities of Race, the Power of Relationships and Our Path to Equity.On this epi…
 
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano! Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play with special guest, Jon Gray. In this Jazz Piano Lesson…
 
Bob and Reuben continue their exploration of some of the most recognizable bass licks in jazz music. On this episode, they check out a Sam Jones tune, as well as a composition by the legendary Monk. Links from this episode: Check out every song from this episode with this Spotify playlist. Interested in more music advice? Go here to browse our cata…
 
Hundred year old school buildings. Sputtering HVAC systems. Covid revealed a legacy of racism that’s built into the physical infrastructure of education. A lack of investment in school buildings determines who can safely go back and who can't. But if we all pay taxes, why is our public school system full of inequality and inequity? Kai speaks with …
 
Welcome to episode 283 where today I talk about 3 powerful mindsets that you need to adopt to start improving faster while practicing less, and setting yourself up to win everytime. If you can start recognizing the less helpful mindsets that many of us musicians have, and then replacing them with these, it could be huge for you.Listen to episode 28…
 
Ask The Guitar Coach (International) - 245 Today’s question:“What Electric guitar should I buy BEFORE starting guitar lessons?” Welcome to Ask the Guitar Coach (ATGC), the ONLY podcast where we answer YOUR questions about playing and learning the Electric guitar. Hosted by Ioannis Anastassakis, program director of Elite Guitar Coaching. If you want…
 
Jazz piano guru Fred Hersch discusses his craft in this interview excerpt. Want to hear the full interview? Check out Fred's new course from Open Studio: Thoughts and Experiments With Solo Piano * Have a question for us? Leave us a SpeakPipe at https://link.youllhearit.com/speakpipe * Support the pod by spreading the word with the link openstudioja…
 
Welcome to our tune of the month episode and the conclusion of our series on triads! This week, we will use the amazing composition, I Hear A Rhapsody, as a vehicle for putting our triadic lines into context over a full form. This one includes an extensive etude which I hope will be of help to you on your journey of discovering and utilizing some b…
 
Here are the songs in this broadcast. Baby I'm Gonna Love You - Phyllis Hyman - R&B - 1976 Betcha By Golly Wow - Phyllis Hyman - R&B/Jazz - 1976 Don't Tell Me Tell Her - Phyllis Hyman - R&B - 1981 Gonna Make Changes - Phyllis Hyman - R&B - 1979 I Don't Want to Lose You - Phyllis Hyman - R&B - 1977 If You Want Me - Phyllis Hyman - R&B - 1986 You Jus…
 
Join Kelli and Anne for their 181st NEW episode! They begin this episode by talking about Kelli’s company, R Family Vacations' recent family trip to Wonder Valley Ranch in Sanger, CA and how much fun they had being sporty with all of the families! Plus looking forward to next year’s summer cruise to Alaska! For more info go to www.rfamilyvacations.…
 
Why do we equate macho bullying with competent leadership? The cautionary tale of Andrew Cuomo. From sexual harassment to intimating deemed rivals, the list of accusations against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo have crescendoed into a long awaited resignation. But what kind of leader do we value? What makes a competent leader -- and why are we so o…
 
Welcome to JazzPianoSkills; it's time to discover, learn, and play Jazz Piano! Every JazzPianoSkills weekly podcast episode introduces aspiring jazz pianists to essential Jazz Piano Skills. Each Podcast episode explores a specific Jazz Piano Skill in depth. Today you will discover, learn, play Chet Baker's, Autumn Leaves. In this Jazz Piano Lesson …
 
Eric “E-Panda” Hernandez is currently the session and tour drummer for Grammy Award Winner, Platinum Producer, and Elektra recording artist Bruno Mars. Hernandez was born in 1976 in Brooklyn, New York. He is the son of Brooklyn native “Pete Hernandez”, who was the percussionist for Love & Money and Cecilio & Kapono. Eric started drumming at the ten…
 
John Rossman is the Managing Partner of Rossman Partners, where he gives keynotes, and advises leaders and boards on digital strategy and innovation. John is a former Amazon Director who helped launch and scale the Marketplace business, and also ran the Enterprise business.On this episode of the Strategy & Leadership Podcast, John joins our Managin…
 
Bob and Reuben list off some of their favorite bass courses you can get online. Links from this episode: Check out every bass course Bob and Reuben mention in this episode by following this link Interested in more music advice? Go here to browse our catalog of jazz lessons and courses available for purchase. Want some jazz courses taught by Reuben …
 
Haiti’s recent tragedies revive a conversation about disaster, aid, and how people recover. Then, a discussion about perspective on the 30th anniversary of the Crown Heights riots. After a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti’s southwestern region, many of us were left wondering -- what does it mean to best support Haiti through disaster? And if t…
 
Welcome to episode 282 where today I talk with a member of team LJS, Brett Pontecorvo, about the 3 Pillars of Bebop. Bebop is a style of jazz that has greatly influenced the way jazz improvisers play today. But bebop is no walk in the park. It requires a degree of virtuosity and strong knowledge of navigating chord changes. How do we break it down …
 
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