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Do More With Less. Not every worship team has the 30-piece band featured on the latest recordings, so we arrange each song for a 5-piece. Now you can sound just like the track without needing to use one. Don’t even have a team? Each guitar and keyboard lesson features a solo chapter so you can lead the song on your own.


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Worship Artistry not only captures our music, but the heart of worship within it.
There’s nothing else like it.” - Jon Egan, Desperation Band

Custom tailored to everyone.

Our song lessons provide as much or as little teaching as each player needs. Beginners can watch in-depth teaching on tone, parts and technique while advanced players can watch a quick song play-through, check the charts and be good to go.

Worship Artistry helped me learn and play songs that I thought were impossible to do. Thank You!” - Bill C.

The Latest Songs.

Our song library grows by the week with both the latest songs to connect with the church as well as those we’ve been singing for centuries. You can also rest easily knowing we feature and license the master recordings from the original artists. There is no condemnation for those in Worship Artistry.

Our award winning library of over 300 guitar lessons and ever growing collection of full band arrangements feature in-depth teaching, chord charts, tabs and sheet music for drums, bass, keyboard, lead and rhythm guitars.

Licensed lessons from Sony/ATV, EMI, Hillsong, Word and Integrity Music.

Lay Me Down

Warm your strumming hand up. This one's a doozy.
It's a high energy romp!
Quarter notes most of the way up to the bridge and then a fun ending!
Go Go Go!
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
128

Open Hands

Acoustic picking and light lead work
Love it when it opens up
great groove!
Check that arpeggiator on verse 2
Album: 
Open Hands
Song Key: 
G
BPM: 
75

Today Is The Day

You shouldn't expect this to be easy. But you know that. You also know that if you work at it you can get it.
A great high energy song that keeps it simple.
Get wonky.
Easy Synths
Song Key: 
D
BPM: 
120

Alive

High energy synth tune. We add acoustic and teach synth parts on the lead guitar.
This is a straight up dance tune.
crazy dotted 8th groove!
Put your 'big boy pants' on... this tune is a challenge!
Song Key: 
E
BPM: 
132

Broken Vessels (Amazing Grace)

This tune has one riff that starts building and never looks back. Nice acoustic fingerpicking also.
This song cuts loose but you have to be patient.
16ths all day long!
Great piano lines. Lots of sections so pay attention.
Album: 
No Other Name
Song Key: 
G
BPM: 
71

You Never Let Go

A simple strummer with some essential lead
Simple pocket grooves.
An easy groover.
Love this anthem!
Song Key: 
B
BPM: 
80

Worthy Of Your Name

Couple key riffs and a fun slide on acoustic
Time to count!!
Glorious groove and some special bits and pieces.
Filling out the sound
Song Key: 
A♭
BPM: 
81

Come As You Are

Such a beautiful song with technical slide work and an easy acoustic guitar strum.
Love that swing feel.
Straight and great! Synth bass world!
Beautiful piano work
Song Key: 
C
BPM: 
135
“I’m well rested and ready to worship come Sunday morning, thanks to the Worship Artistry Team. Late nights figuring out parts are a thing of the past.” - Tim D.

Raise up new leaders.

Worship Artistry isn’t just about learning songs. We are about growing people. Our members learn to think like musicians and play like leaders. The Green Room features articles on all aspects of worship leading and those conversations carry from the comments into your rehearsals.

Guitar

5 Creative Ways To Use 2 Electric Guitars

Guitar

At Worship Artistry we arrange master recordings to be played by a 5-piece band, but what do you do when you have 2 electric guitar players on the same stage and all the main parts are covered? In this post, I’m going to give you some tips on ways to get the most out of the pairing. 

Drums

Reading Music in the Worship Drummer World

Drums

Whether we learn with the sheet music originally, or learning a song from hearing it only, I think there are important reasons for internalizing songs beyond the need for the sheet music. 

Bass

Worthy Of Your Name Groove Up

Bass
Why Walk Up When You Can Groove Up?

It's easy to walk up from a 1 to 2 chord progression.  But why would you want to when you can groove on up to the 2?  Throw this little beauty in Hillsong's Worthy Of Your Name.  

Keyboard

The Cue Dilemma

Keyboard
Cues and Don'ts

Tracks, clicks, and cues can, at times, be a lifesaver.  How can we take advantage of their benefits without forfeiting our own musicianship?

“With Worship Artistry I show up
to band rehearsal prepared
and inspired everytime.” - Desi S.

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