Play Authentic Blues Piano
with Paddy Milner
- Course Trailer
- Sample Lesson Free
- Introduction to Blues Piano
- Getting Started: The 12 Bar Blues
- The Engine Room: Left Hand Bass
- Adding the right hand/comping
- Developing Harmony: 7th Chords & Inversions
- Right-hand Riff #1 and variations
- Right Hand Riff #1 Further Variations
- The 'Blues Scale' & Uses
- Ending #1 & Variations
- Putting it all together
- Dirty Dozen - The Twelve Bar Blues Challenge
Lesson plan (1h 49m)
Paddy Milner is recognised as one of the leading blues piano players in the world and now he’s sharing his secrets with you in his series of online blues piano lessons – Play Authentic Blues.
Following years with the late great Jack Bruce, he's now the current keyboard player of choice for Sir Tom Jones. He is also a two times winner of the Best Keyboard Player category in the British Blues awards.
“…there’s a guy who can really play the piano” - Dave Brubeck
The aim of the course is to learn how to play a simple but authentic sounding 12 bar blues including elements of improvisation. With each lesson, Paddy will share with you secrets of blues piano and open the door to a world of creativity!
Paddy will also introduce the concepts that will enable you to benefit from the more advanced piano courses.
So, what are you waiting for? Learn from the best and go from a complete beginner to mastering the blues in just 9 blues piano lessons!
You can get started by trying a free lesson today.
“keep up the great work!”Mark
“"After 3 years of trying various blues courses, Paddy Milner is by far the best teacher i have encountered. The course is great." ”Bruce E
“"This course is absolutely fantastic! Great for beginners upwards. Paddy is a fab teacher and communicator and brill musician."”'Pedantic43'
“All of Paddy's courses are the best courses about blues, boogie and New Orleans piano I've ever done. Thank you! I’m practising the whole day, and if he ever makes another course I'm buying it immediately!”Dick
“This is truly the best piano course I have seen on this style of piano. Maybe I will actual get somewhere now.”Jim K