12 Tone Music News – September 8, 2017

September 8, 2017

peanuts singFor the latest Guitar and Bass news from around the World Wide Web, read this current 12 Tone Music Newsletter written by GRAMMY® Nominated Music Educator Mike Overly, click here.

In This Issue:
The Birth of the Ukulele
R.I.P. Walter Becker
New Bootsy Collins Album
Peanuts Sing Steely Dan
Advanced Hybrid Picking Techniques
Nadine Upright Bass Mic
Jimmy Garrison

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FingerStyle ‘Ukulele with GRAMMY® Nominated Music Educator Mike Overly

November 10, 2016

Big Island UkePlay along with GRAMMY® Nominated Music Educator Mike Overly as he explores left-hand harmony turnarounds and passing chords; as well as various right-hand fingerstyle techniques including: brush strumming, isotonic fingerpicking, pinching and plucking.

Watch FingerStyle ‘Ukulele with GRAMMY® Nominated Music Educator Mike Overly on YouTube.

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‘Ukulele: High G and Low G ~ by Mike Overly

November 5, 2015

ukuleleJoin two-time GRAMMY® Nominated Music Educator Mike Overly as he presents his unique insights into the ‘ukulele’s history, benefits of its different tunings, theory, technique ~ and much more!

 

‘Ukulele: High G and Low G

Since its introduction to Hawai’i in 1879, the ‘ukulele has been many things: a symbol of an island paradise, a tool of political protest, an instrument central to a rich musical culture, a musical joke, a highly sought-after collectible, a cheap airport souvenir, a lucrative industry, and the product of a remarkable synthesis of global cultures.

This video explores some of the fascinating aspects of how an obscure four-string folk instrument from Portugal rose to its current popularity as a world-wide legitimate musical instrument. Aloha!


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