at Spyhouse Coffee NE
Jackhammers were manned. (at House of Blues Chicago)
The ride home through victory… #coheed #keywork #neverender (at Skyway Theatre)
We’re coming home. #coheed #neverender @coheedandcambria (at Skyway Theatre)
Ink peek #TRANSLUCID
When I was little, I wanted to play the piano. Lessons (and pianos, obviously) were too expensive and impractical for my household, so I ended up playing violin instead. Which was okay, but I never found any particular love or talent for it, and I quit after a few years. The other day, I came across a crappy mid-90’s Casio keyboard for $10, and thought maybe I’d give it a go as an adult. Why not, right?
If this is up anyone else’s alley, there’s an awesome piano/keyboard instruction e-book that will be free to download from Amazon through all of Friday (10/3). It’s an interactive technique and music theory book (not a “songbook”) and offers 140 lessons and 30 streaming videos. It’s actually really good.
Again, this is free to download all through Friday. You can read it on any Kindle, smartphone, tablet, or computer (you just need the free Kindle app). The book can take a total beginner - like me! - through literally years of lessons. If you want to make some music, or especially if you’re a songwriter looking to learn an accompanying instrument, this is a cool thing to grab while you can.
(PS. If you download it, I also encourage you to page through it and write a review - this company publishes excellent music products and always appreciates feedback from new learners. When writing and submitting your review, please click Amazon Verified Purchase.)
Download’s up! Get it today before it expires.