Latest News

Blues Session Song List

Here’s a list of song we are currently rehearsing w/key and author:

Mercy Mercy Mercy – Bb Cannonball adderly/The Buckinghams

Chitlin con carne – Cm Kenny Burrell, 110bpm

every day I have the blues – Bb (bb king)

I’m torn down – A (Freddie King)

The Thrill is Gone – Am (BB King)

song for my father – Ab

I’m going down – G (Freddie King)

Working in the straight world – Am Blues (Eric, Santana-ish)

have a natural ball – Bb (Albert King)

Born under a bad sign – B (Albert King)

Diamond in the back – Am7 / Bm7

I shot the sheriff – Gm (Marley)

Rock me Baby – A (BB King)

Hip Shake Boogie – A (Slim Harpo)

I’m a King Bee – A (Slim Harpo)

Autumn Leaves – G (Johnny Mercer)
Oye Como Va –  Am7/D9 (Tito Puente)
Somebody loan me a dime – Am (Bozz Skaggs)
Cristo Redentor – Em (Harvey Mandel)
More today than yesterday – G (Charles Earland version)
Watermelon man – F (Herbie Hancock)

 

Published: August 31, 2015 | Comments: 0

Electric Music Workshop – Wednesday August 26th

Cloverdale Music Workshop –Electric Session

Wednesday, August 26th@ Cloverdale Art Gallery 7-9pm

It’s time for another workshop! We’ll have the songbook and the whiteboard ready, a PA and a mic or two. We encourage folks to be creative, challenging, share, have fun, and enjoy a good experience playing music with others.

So bring yourself, a couple songs/ideas, your singing voice, your friends, and something to play!

This free workshop is open to the public. The class is intended for everyone from music fans and lovers, to aspiring and current musicians…even experienced musicians.

Hope to see you there!

 

Published: August 24, 2015 | Comments: 0

Acoustic Music Workshop – Wednesday August 12th

Cloverdale Music Workshop –Acoustic

Wednesday, August 12th @ Cloverdale Art Gallery 7-9pm

It’s time for another workshop! For 2015, the acoustic music workshop will be every 2nd Wednesday. We’ll have the songbook and the whiteboard ready, a small PA and a mic or two. We encourage folks to be creative, challenging, share, have fun, and enjoy a good experience playing music with others.

So bring yourself, a couple songs/ideas, your singing voice, your friends, and something to play!

This free workshop is open to the public. The class is intended for everyone from music fans and lovers, to aspiring and current musicians…even experienced musicians.

Hope to see you there!

–David Garland & Tom McBride, Facilitators

Published: August 10, 2015 | Comments: 0