Peter Karp-Sue Foley School of American Roots and Blues Music

Boxley Valley Rd  
Franklin,  TN,  37065
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Peter Karp-Sue Foley School of American Blues and Roots Music. Itís all about the feel. Learning to play blues and roots music enhances every musical style from jazz to prog rock, pop and even classical. Playing blues is getting to the very essence of your sound and style. Itís about being yourself and telling your own story. Thatís not always as easy as it sounds. If youíre a beginner or an experienced player there is much wisdom to gain by studying with Peter Karp and Sue Foley, two well worn troubadours who have sat at the feet and studied with the great masters of this historic music. Now you can learn from them how to unlock the artist inside of you. Workshop Themes include: - Blues Guitar Slide, Open Tuning, Texas and Chicago Blues Guitar Styles - Boogie Woogie Piano - Roots and Americana Songwriting - Music Business and Being a Working Musician - Guitar Women - Women in the Music Business - Recording and Editing - Making a Music Video ​ ​ ​​

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