Course DescriptionJohn Prine, a beloved Chicago singer-songwriter, created a wonderful world of songs with a few simple chords and ordinary words, full of memorable characters and stories that are at once funny, moving, thoughtful, deep, compassionate, heartbreaking, and hopeful. His music will be studied in this course. The teacher will supply lyrics and chord charts, and you'll delve deeper into John Prine's music each week. The course will also examine the distinctive strumming and picking patterns that he used on guitar to create some of his most iconic songs, such as "Angel from Montgomery," "All the Best," "Hello in There," and many more. Let's get together and learn about John Prine's music and honor his legacy. Feel free to bring a stringed instrument or just come to sing in honor of John's brilliant career. To participate, you must bring your own instrument, know how to read tablature, and be comfortable playing open chords.
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