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Nominations wanted for PG Music's "Best Music Teachers on YouTube" awards....

Hi all,

Many of the PGMusic forum members here have benefited from the many teachers with free lessons available on youtube.com

So we've decided to have an awards for the best music teachers on youtube. These would be music teachers that have helped you in learning an instrument or genre of music.

Please nominate as many teachers as you'd like. With each nominee, list

- Name and youtube username
- instrument (e.g. guitar)
- genre (e.g. jazz beginner guitar)
- comments (optional) (e.g. great teacher for explaining improvisation, and how scales are related to chords in the key)

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When we get the nominations, we will review them and notify the teachers of the award. Other than recognition, if they want, they will get a free version of Band-in-a-Box Everything Pak on HardDrive

Any nominations are OK, from the 'unknown' to 'famous', as long as they are good teachers that have helped you learn to play your instrument via free youtube lessons.
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presuming responses to this thread are the means to nominate and that multiple nominations per post are permitted

- Name and youtube username willie myette JAZZEDGE
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCashDLiIPkjgurjkyoYkMcQ

- instrument piano
- genre pop jazz country etc. technique theory beginner --> advanced
- comments his presentation of the material covered has helped me understand it

- Name Karen Ramirez
playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwDr3-Bl6Ng&list=RDYwDr3-Bl6Ng
youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/richardjpugh/featured
use the search box to get videos related to things like chords scales songs etc
- instrument piano organ
- genre beginner standards
- comments like keyboard lessons from a very talented grandma she makes the material accessible

- Name Bill Hilton Tutorial index http://www.billspianopages.com/tutorial-index/
Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/billhiltonbiz/featured
- instrument piano
- genre beginner --> advanced jazz cocktail rock technique
- comments his presentation of the material covered has helped me understand it

- Name Andrew Wasson youtube channels
Creative Guitar Studio https://www.youtube.com/user/creativeguitarstudio
guitarblogupdate https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1iBPmVzzcHqJSXBcPppPkA

- instrument guitar
- genre beginner --> advanced theory technique rock jazz folk country
- comments (optional) (e.g. great teacher for explaining improvisation, and how scales are related to chords in the key)
- instrument (e.g. guitar)
- genre (e.g. jazz beginner guitar)
- comments his presentation of the material covered has helped me understand it


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Thanks Mike,

Yes, those are the types/format for the nominations that we're looking for. Thanks for posting them.


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Dave Frank has some nice videos on You Tube for jazz pianists. Later, Ray


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Justin Sandercoe give some very good guitar lessons on youtube

https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoe


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Willie Thomas' "Jazz Everyone"

https://www.youtube.com/user/JazzEveryone


From near zero to bebopper in one of the most efficient methods I've seen.

He uses Jamie Aebersold backing tracks, I'd LOVE to get him into Band in a Box, because I think he'd love it too!


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My vote is for Lot2Learn
- Jazz Piano
- He´s the best jazz teacher that I have found in network - He is a Master - Great musician, arranger and teacher smile

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My nomination has to go to Doug McKenzie, for his excellent Jazz Piano work. He has done some amazing things with tutorials, put in big efforts in detailed training, etc, and is a Band In A Box user!

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Willie Myette - piano
Beginner to highly advanced, all genres gospel, jazz, blues latin, country- bar classical. Does theory from basic scales, though to chord subs, secondary doms and advanced theory.

Encourages creative play, over 500 videos, great back up.

Also a very good clear teacher, never leaves you stranded.

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Hi Peter,

I'd like to nominate ROG (PG Music Forum name). His homepage is at ...

http://www.music-prof.co.uk/

He's also set up a Youtube channel with free guitar tutorials at ...

ROG's Youtube Channel

ROG's expertise on Power Tracks has made him a valuable member of the PG Music forums. He and the young people he works with in England have contributed significantly to the User Showcase over the time he's been around but, because the work is created using Power Tracks and live/studio instruments, and not BIAB/RB, ROG hasn't been eligible for User Showcase Awards.

If ROG fits the criteria that you are using to assess these teacher awards, it would be great if he could be included in the mix for consideration.

Kind regards,
Noel

P.S. I've even started working my way through his tutorials. I've had a guitar sitting here for a few years but never got too far past the C chord!



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I'd like to nominate ROG (PG Music Forum name)

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If ROG fits the criteria that you are using to assess these teacher awards, it would be great if he could be included in the mix for consideration.

I agree

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For Jazz Pianists

Dave Frank, NYC Pianist, would get my ultimate reward.

Most of his Master Class teachings are available for FREE.

Top. Notch. Stuff.

From beginning blues right on through to Bebop, Modern Jazz, plus some in depth explanations on the things that most find hard to come by, how to play outside with easy formulas, how to play the way Chic Corea improvises, or Charles Ives, or Oscar Peterson, and more, each one detailing in a very simple methodology of the "howto" - within a short time the aspiring jazz pianist should not only expand their capabilities exponentiatlly, if you internalize this stuff you may find that you will start to "think" like the target player as well.

Hey, Dave Frank studied under the great Lenny Tristano.

http://www.davefrankjazz.com/

A lot of us paid good money and time attending university, music school or private instruction to get a lot less than Dave is teaching here.

All you have to do is watch his videos, well, to start.

Then get busy.




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Great idea!

My vote goes for Scott Devine, a truly master of the bass guitar, a great insturctor and a great guy.

http://www.scottsbasslessons.com/


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I'd also like to nominate Steve Seskin for his teaching of all aspects of songwriting.


His personal homepage is at ...


Steve is a fantastic musician, and educator. He's had seven number one hits (including "Grown Men Don't Cry", "Don't Laugh At Me") and is highly respected by his colleagues. In addition, he travels the US with an anti-bullying program for school children and uses music and songwriting as his tools of instruction. He's an incredible, talented man.

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I'd like to suggest Justin for guitar lessons, found on YouTube at:
https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoe

He also has a web site that covers all of guitar teachings (much more than on YouTube). Free of ads, no sign-in, and... no membership required, he "really" goes into depth in explaining, has more than 600+ videos.

http://www.justinguitar.com/

TIA (thanks in advance).

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Torley Surely,

Asperger syndrome, hyperacusis, bipolar disorder, depression,profound deafness, fantastic concert pianist, great in studio, loveable, friendly, great utuber,

I think he needs a class of his own. Please also check out his playing, his educational videos etc..


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- RecordingRevolution https://www.youtube.com/user/recordingrevolution?feature=watch
- instrument: studio
- recording and mixing
- comments: a lot of little but important stuff most of us amateurs aren't aware of explained in an understandable way -- and he doesn't get angry when we play his videos over and over...

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I'd have to say Rich Severson of 99centguitarlessons.com.

His classes are changing the way I play and they are the best money deal on line if you consider the quality and level of the material presented. Jazz including chord melody, Fingerstyle which is his name for chord melody with moving bass line. Most single classes under 5 bux at least by a penny but there are plenty @2.99 and 3.99. This may not be news to many of you. But I find his jazz classes to be the best if you can't move to Boston and attend Berkley or if you feel your 60 plus year old brain might not keep up with all the twenty somethings in a group class. There is also lots of blues and bebop and entry level bebop blues classes where you begin to reach deeper into theory for your lines. The theory part is just about painless and therefore not near as deep as a scholastic music program might present. He has courses like that as well for those who want them. His Major Scale choices will change the way you play blues with very little effort as long as you already have some decent skill groups. I forgot to mention there are sometimes discrepencies in the written material between the tab and manuscript notation. At these prices who cares?

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Hi, I'd like to mention Nick Minnion aka on YouTube as SecretGuitarTeacher (also has a web site (same aka .com).

Here are 2 of the links.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkUEA48ver8&index=12&list=PLAFYmlnjKjj5sWXAOQCy1dkFPAseASPcH

and
http://youtu.be/o-IGrVHD2KQ?list=PLAFYmlnjKjj5sWXAOQCy1dkFPAseASPcH

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Originally Posted By: gibson
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I'd like to nominate ROG (PG Music Forum name)

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If ROG fits the criteria that you are using to assess these teacher awards, it would be great if he could be included in the mix for consideration.

I agree

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I agree too.

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Originally Posted By: Cerio
Great idea!

My vote goes for Scott Devine, a truly master of the bass guitar, a great insturctor and a great guy.

http://www.scottsbasslessons.com/


I second this nomination.

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TROY BRENNINGMEYER (teaches Dobro and lap steel lessons)

HIS YOUTUBE SITE

his non-youtube web site is HERE


Not all of his lessons are free, but he offers a LOT of free teaser lessons to acquaint people with what he has to offer.

And he's a BAND IN A BOX customer, uses BIAB backing tracks for his lessons, and I think to create printed music.

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Hi.

I've been using Band in a Box for years and reading the forums regularly but I've just registered. Our son (12) was wanting to learn guitar but there are not any teachers near where we live so I looked at the recommendations on the forum. A few people have recommended ROG and we have found his site really useful.

Our son is now learning lead and rhythm guitar and making good progress. There are backing tracks to practice to and over 100 videos for learning chords. I would certainly recommend his site to anyone else learning guitar. His site is

www.music-prof.co.uk

Thanks for such a great forum.

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I just wanted to say a big "THANK YOU" to the people who've nominated us in this thread.

We're flattered by the mentions and encouraged to keep improving and adding to the site.

Many thanks too to PG MUSIC - RealBand and PowerTracks are used extensively in the preparation of our videos, particularly the backing tracks, which are used for lead solos and chords practice.

We now have 350 videos running and most of our lessons are in both English and French and strangely, even though we're based in York, England, we get more views from France than anywhere else.

So, we're pleased that you found the site useful and once again, many thanks.

ROG.

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New user to the software.. absolutely love it..

I play blues guitar and I have to recommend Brian Sherrill from https://www.activemelody.com/ and his you tube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCecl4C6gPzRnvQw7hJeJz6A

He always teaches everything he plays note for note in his lessons. He has been doing this for over 5 years now.

I personally have been playing since about the time dirt was discovered, but, I pick up new stuff in his videos every time.

His lessons a partially free, usually the lessons are in 2 parts, with a free part and a premium member part. The premium part is very reasonable too, $7 a month, and cancel or restart anytime you want.

He focuses on blues guitar, almost all styles, and worth looking at.

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I'd like to suggest Geethanjali for Veena lessons, found on YouTube at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYlgC9R6_xY

This veena teacher is a great player herself. I think she has in depth knowledge about her veena. Her style of teaching is also impressive.

Her personal homepage is at ...
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNKSG9SSX8j50kF6LyzJAhg


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This guy really nails the good things in jazz guitar.
He is a Dane living in the Nederlands.
https://www.youtube.com/user/jenslarsen02

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- Name and youtube username - Julian Bradley - JazzTutorial - https://www.youtube.com/user/jazztutorial/videos

- instrument (e.g. guitar) - Keyboards

- genre (e.g. jazz beginner guitar) - Jazz

- comments (optional) (e.g. great teacher ...) - Julian stays focused on blending the sound of the music you are hearing with the transcription (representation) of the music. So, for example, when discussing the topic of modes/scales, you hear what a Lydian scale sounds like, and how to spot it in written form in sheet music, and how it sounds/looks different than a Mixolydian scale for a given key signature, etc. Nothing "new" about this, but Julian presents the theories in self-contained chunks that seem more organized than that which I've seen on other music theory sites.

I would really like to see PG Music collaborate with Julian on some sort of BIAB music theory package, since I enjoy Julian's insights and format.


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I'd like to nominate walk that bass for jazz piano lessons on youtube
https://www.youtube.com/c/walkthatbass

I think he's relatively new but I find his lessons pretty easy to follow and interesting

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AS we start 2017 I'd like to nominate:

David Wallimann

You can find him at:
https://www.youtube.com/user/Wallimann/featured

- Guitar
- Fusion

David Wallimann is a huge "you-tube" channel guy with a on-line guitar instruction site. But don't hold that against him. grin

This guy is a fantastic guitar instructor who absolutely goes on fire at times with his videos. I have been a follower for years. His Master Class Videos can be simply eye opening and game changing for the closet guitarist and "music student" who craves web based instruction.

For any guitarist who thinks he knows how to play modally this (and I mean DW's entire class plan) is must viewing.

I have had the pleasure of working with David, including a year of woodshedding with his class material. He opened my eyes to modal playing and presents this topic like no other guitar instructor. His instruction borders on "story telling" and he tell a great story based on his mastery of the guitar fret board.

And by the way, he is a BIAB Guy! grin I know there are others in our forum who have enjoyed and been educated by DW. Would love to see him recognized and honored for his tremendous contribution to web based musical instruction.



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I am also nominating Andrew Wasson, I have learned more from his lessons than any git-fiddle player I have tried. grin

- Name Andrew Wasson youtube channels
Creative Guitar Studio https://www.youtube.com/user/creativeguitarstudio
guitarblogupdate https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1iBPmVzzcHqJSXBcPppPkA
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I would also like to nominate Jared Falk over at Drumeo...

https://www.drumeo.com/

A a drummer I love the structured, to the point, lessons & guest's that stop by. If you are a drummer it is worth the cost, and if you are even just programing drums this site will give you inste into HOW drummers think. cool


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Originally Posted By: GHinCH
- RecordingRevolution https://www.youtube.com/user/recordingrevolution?feature=watch
- instrument: studio
- recording and mixing
- comments: a lot of little but important stuff most of us amateurs aren't aware of explained in an understandable way -- and he doesn't get angry when we play his videos over and over...


I second that one!Graham is awesome and makes the recording/mixing process easy to understand for beginners like me.


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Marty Schwartz
Guitar instruction: Blues, Folk, Rock
No list could be complete without our old pal and
virtual guitar teacher, Marty Schwartz. Here's a
sample with about nine million views:
[Marty Schwartz](https://youtu.be/llNuwhZWXKA)
Marty is a pioneer in online teaching. He has kept his
friendly, informal style, and most important, never
stopped making toutorials.
Marty's web site is Guitar Jamz.

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+1 for Jens Larsen.

https://jenslarsen.nl/

Best free jazz lessons for guitar on the net.

Support him through Patreon.


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I'm proud to nominate: Arty Skype of the +++ Skyelab Music Group +++

Arty uses his knowledge gained from more than 30 years as a music studio owner and producer to advise singers, artists and music producers about how to advance their music careers. His primary genre is modern pop.

His videos are knowledgeable and well presented.


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This thread has been quiet for a while.

Eric Blackmon of Eric BlackmonGuitar
Mr. Blackmon has many great tutorials and also uses Band in a Box to create his backing tracks.

Joanne Cooper
Joanne makes wonderful backing tracks with chords and lyrics using Band in a Box/RealBand and also has a Web site with tutorials so students can create their own backing tracks to practice to.

Henry Clarke
Mr. Henry recently started tutorials and features Band in a Box tutorials that are only matched by the outstanding songs he writes, arranges, produces and performs. His songs can be found on major platforms like Spotify, Facebook and YouTube.

Mr. Blackmon is a straight up guitar music teacher while Joanne creates easy to follow, understand and play along music videos helping students learn how to play their favorite songs and Mr. Henry Clarke is a master at helping students learn arrangement and production techniques for both covers and original songs.

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This thread has been quiet for a while.

Eric Blackmon

Joanne Cooper

Henry Clarke

+1




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Originally Posted By: Charlie Fogle
This thread has been quiet for a while.

Eric Blackmon

Joanne Cooper

Henry Clarke

+1

Certainly another +1


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I don’t know if it’s too late but I want to nominate myself. Who else would? I do blues guitar lessons with no talking. I use BIAB for backing tracks.

Mike Bloomfield Lessons
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgVUkQwmXsMTULaxoZ8VeRZYSXbj0KSP2&si=bbVV13HkERKpexcU

Other lessons
https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgVUkQwmXsMRYfABD_l8Rsh9z6v9Cu1hY&si=0mNWL6um6bbzenCh

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Jonathan Kehew. Not exactly new to you tube, but has assembled a pretty impressive body of work, especially with respect to chords on the guitar.


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I love watching Rick Beato. Not much instruction but a very range of music information

https://youtube.com/@RickBeato?si=Di-IC8AsTEIV5U38

Corey Congilio every thing blues guitar



R. J. Ronquilio - mostly guitar demo’s but also some good lessons. And he is an amazingly versatile guitarist

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeQOrfzSWU1gu56LF2HPRTKjPmMJ-splI&si=47gzQih1HJaNqflF

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