july, 2020

17jul(jul 17)3:00 pm02oct(oct 2)5:00 pmBlues Basics for Guitar(july 17) 3:00 pm - (october 2) 5:00 pm est


July 17 (Friday) 3:00 pm - October 2 (Friday) 5:00 pm est


Creative Arts School

51 N Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444

Event Details

If you already have some general skill on the guitar but have always wanted to learn to play the blues, then this course is for you! Learn the essential rhythms, chord shapes, and soloing secrets of the most popular and influential blues guitar masters. An overview of different regional playing styles will also be covered, giving insight into Chicago, Texas, and Mississippi styles. Your instructor, Sean Radford, will show you the techniques, tunings, tips, and tricks you need to know to demystify the blues. From down-and-dirty southern styles to sophisticated Jazz-Blues, you’ll gain valuable insight into America’s first musical gift to the world – the blues!  ENROLL HERE


This is an online class, taught through the power of Zoom.

Requirements: guitar, picks, slide (metal, ceramic, or glass), electronic tuner

Start Date: 7/17/20 | Fee: $143 | Class Duration: 4 weeks
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Sean Radford has been performing as a guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, and singer for nearly three decades. His concert schedule often exceeds two hundred performances per year, and his love of music has seen him perform all over the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Caribbean. His diverse music industry experience includes coaching finalists on hit reality TV music programs, working with and directing bands for Nashville country artists, and performing at private events for celebrities, heads of state, and royalty. Sean is a third-generation music educator who combines his passion for teaching with his real-world experience as a musician to create vibrant, memorable, and effective classes for his students. 

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