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In this class we will talk about different approaches for learning how to solo and improvise over bluegrass standards. A few elements we will focus on will be finding melody by ear, adding in embellishments, using scales and arpeggios and incorporating blues. I will show you how I approach soloing to one or two bluegrass songs and give you the tools to solo on your own. I’ll finish up by playing and singing a few songs.
About Molly Tuttle:
Just a few weeks ago, Molly became the first woman to ever win the IBMA “Guitar Player of the Year” award, just days after signing with Compass Records. Her new CD “Rise” has already garnered over a million streams on Spotify. A virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and award winning songwriter with a distinctive voice, Molly has turned the heads of even the most seasoned industry professionals. Daughter of Gryphon’s own, Jack Tuttle, Molly has always been steeped in the bluegrass tradition. She has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, the Newport Folk Festival, Strawberry Music Festival and countless festivals across the US, Canada, and Europe. She is also a graduate of Berklee College of Music with an Artist Diploma in Guitar Performance and resides in Nashville, TN.