I'm so stoked to have my good friend, Steve Cotter come over for a few hours this morning for some good conversation, and swinging tunes! Steve's playing is so tasty and sophisticated, and you're going to love hearing what he has to say, as well as hearing him play. But Not For Me - Falling In Love With Love - All Too Soon - Someday My Prince Will Come. If you'd like to donate to my channel, please do so here: https://paypal.me/aimn
Television jingles are catchier than we realize! I believe they stick in your brain SO MUCH that you know what key they will be in before they even play. Let's see!
"Today we’re speaking with Aimee Nolte, a jazz singer and pianist who has one of the most popular YouTube channels among musicians, focusing on jazz piano with a healthy dose of a lot of the skills we discuss here on the Musicality Podcast such as playing by ear, improvising, and singing in tune."
Compare and contrast my two transcriptions of Bill Evans' recordings of Leonard Bernstein's "Lucky To Be Me" with me. One is the Riverside recording on the album, Everybody Digs Bill Evans, and the other is from a recording someone sent me about 18 years ago, that I cannot identify, unfortunately. Recorded using Earthworks SV33 Earthworks PM40 5'3 Hallet Davis Baby Grand
Hang out with my son, Miles and I as we try to help you predict what line of music will come next. Being able to play in a logical, predictable and melodic fashion will help you to connect with your audience better than you ever have before.
Can you tell the difference between these iconic jazz vocalists? Let's listen very carefully and notice the subtle nuances as well as major stylistic choices that put each of these singers in a league of their own.
Last weekend, I got to go to my home town of Weaverville, CA in Trinity County to sing "God Bless America" at the homecoming football game, and to play in the alumni volleyball game. I had so much fun with my family and friends, and I just had to show you where I come from!
When Sting accidentally sat on the piano during the recording of Roxanne, he knew it sounded cool...but did he know what it was called? Let's butt right in there and figure it out!