With the stay at home order in place it’s becoming increasingly difficult to live stream and create a full band experience. Personally, I’ve gone to recording sets at home and have tried a number of different things that I thought I’d pass along.
I know a lot of folks are stuck at home and I had some requests from our Guitar Player'sFacebook Group to come up with riff ideas to work on. In this video I teach you a triplet pull-off riff that you incorporate into your worship guitar playing and beyond.
Last week in the Facebook Group, a member asked how much time per week we all spend getting ready for Sunday and I was surprised by how often 5-10 hours was the answer. Love the commitment but maybe we can find a way to save you some time. Here are 3 ways to maximize your practice time.
The Worship Artistry Podcast is back and we're kicking it off right with Sean Curran. We discussed an intense season of his life that felt “kissed by God” and what it was like for that season to end. We talked about burning bright and fast and what it means to follow Christ and lead worship for the long haul. We discussed praying through song and what it’s like to take that gift out of the secret place and share it with the body of Christ. Give it a listen.
When I first started playing for worship, my best friend was a large plant on the end of the stage. I loved it because I could hide behind it and I play guitar to my hearts content. Nobody could see me and that was the point.