Tag: paul mccartney

  • 4 of Our Favorite Music Conspiracy Theories Out There

    4 of Our Favorite Music Conspiracy Theories Out There

    There’s a lot of bizarre theories out there about, well just about anything. Here’s four of our favorite musical consipiracy anti-histories.

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  • The Day the Music Died, and 4 More Band Tragedies of the 20th Century

    The Day the Music Died, and 4 More Band Tragedies of the 20th Century

    + Welcome to Soundfly! We help curious musicians meet their goals with creative online courses. Whatever you want to learn, whenever you need to learn it. Subscribe now to start learning on the ’Fly. One of the most significant tragedies in the history of rock ‘n’ roll, and certainly one of rock’s very first serious tragedies, happened on February 3rd, 1959. […]

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  • Tales from the Toilet: Truth vs. Fiction in Musical Stories of the Bathroom

    Tales from the Toilet: Truth vs. Fiction in Musical Stories of the Bathroom

    If you’re like me, you’ll be celebrating World Toilet Day this weekend! Besides reflecting on the mission of this holiday, which is to raise awareness of the 2.4 billion global citizens with no access to clean and safe sanitation, however, I’m not totally sure how people are supposed to celebrate World Toilet Day — save for using […]

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  • 5 Mind-Bending Early Guitar Innovators

    5 Mind-Bending Early Guitar Innovators

    Compared to most instruments, the modern guitar is a relatively new instrument. While classical instruments like piano, brass, and woodwinds all have hundreds of years of pedagogy behind them, the language of guitar music and how we learn to play is new and constantly changing. Today, we can find chords to any song on the internet […]

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  • Uncovering the Jazz Influence in Pop, Rock, and Hip-Hop Classics

    + Bridge the worlds of theory, improvisation, and jazzy hip-hop, and improve your piano chops with Grammy-winner Kiefer in his course, Kiefer: Keys, Chords, & Beats. Jazz music is daunting to wrap one’s ears around. It is safe to say most Americans have a complicated relationship with one of our oldest art forms. Jazz is chronically […]

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RJD2: From Samples to Songs