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Bon Jovi is a American rock band from New Jersey. Lead John Francis Bongiovi began playing piano and guitar at thirteen. Learning from such artists Elton John songs. Raze would be his first bang at age thirteen. After his freshmen year at St Jospeh High School he was asked to leave, there in attending Sayreville War Memorial High school at sixteen he would meet David Bryan a future band mate.
Today Bon Jovi Concert tickets go for as much as 400 dollars. This is a startling feat considering how many times Bon Jovi s gone hiatus. With the early succession of his first four scores, it surprised many that there would be only two albums in the 90 s. With 00 s already produced three albums fans already anticipate more with their recent revival.
As with any band stardom can often lead to disappointment in the concert ticket department as competition for tickets can even turn the cheap seats into gold. However not unlike any other band the best way to score Bon Jovi concert tickets is through first through presales then second hand tickets. Presales for many people often seem like a foreign language, however a few tips can turn Bon Jovi concert tickets into a reality. The first trick to scoring Bon Jovi Concert tickets is first to find out when they play. Second is to check in a few times a week and discover if they are having a presale. Third is finding the presale password to purchase tickets at a special time. Finding the presale password for Bon Jovi concert tickets can often be done
Smooth Jazz Piano: The Complete Guide with CD!American Music Teacher , June-July, 2005 by Stephen Weber
Smooth Jazz Piano: The Complete Guide with CD!, by Mark Harrison. Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (7777 W. Bluemound Rd., P.O. Box 13819, Milwaukee, WI 53213). 79 pp.
Smooth Jazz Piano is a self-contained volume within the Hal Leonard Keyboard Style series. The opening chapter defines various styles of jazz and clarifies the objective of the course: to teach the subgenre of jazz known as "smooth" jazz. The second and third chapters deal extensively with scales, chords, modes, rhythms, voicings and progressions common to smooth jazz. These chapters provide excellent fundamental materials to the musical selections in subsequent chapters.
The teaching approach focuses on two areas: comping (accompanying) and soloing. The comping and soloing chapters contain numerous "grooves" to illustrate stylistic elements. These grooves, designed to give students a sampling of various types of smooth jazz, are musically and technically interesting. The final chapter of the book, "Style Files," provides original examples of various types of smooth jazz, based on the styles of well-known jazz artists, such as the Rippingtons, Al Jarreau, the Yellow jackets and others.
There is a great deal of text in this volume. The author gives helpful information regarding how to play certain rhythms and progressions, what theoretical elements and voicings are taking place in the various grooves and how to make one`s playing of smooth jazz more stylistically correct.
This text would be of interest to students wishing to become familiar with jazz playing in a structured and sequential manner, with the help of supplemental theoretical study. The course, designed for the late-intermediate or early-advanced student, does require substantial technique and a willingness to explore rhythms that are sometimes quite complex. To aid the student, the text comes with a CD containing recordings of all the grooves and style files. Reviewed by Stephen Weber, Chickasha, Oklahoma.
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