Friday, 4 December 2015
Here at Rock Licks Guitar Tuition we decided to run a competition. Those who use the Rock Licks YouTube Channel were asked to send their videos in of themselves playing Queen on guitar,
The lovely people at brianmay.com said they'd pick the winner who'd win a bagful of sixpences (Brian May uses old sixpence as a plectrum)
To our surprise Brian May himself agreed to pick the winner (still to be announced)
Runner up was announced yesterday on Brian's Soapbox which was young Mia Blixt from Chicago
Brian said: Mia is evidently pretty young, but has technique and flair and some courage, I’d say. The Brighton Rock thing is great fun to do - with the double delay … but it’s not quite as easy as it looks. Most people find it gets out of hand quite easily.
What I like about Mia here is she’s not copying any of my performances at all … she’s got used to the technique and is doing her own thing. She’s feeling it out as she goes … and she never falters to wait for the catch-up. She also has given this some shape - even in this short clip you can feel the intensity building and ebbing according to how she’s feeling it. Love it.
Had to give this honorable mention. WELL DONE.
Over the next couple of weeks Rock Licks Guitar Tuition of South Shields will be uploading a series of Queen Guitar 4 Kids series on YouTube
These videos are adapted to help kids play guitar, Some of Rock Licks young guitar students demonstrate simple ways of playing Queen on guitar.
James Rundle guitar tutor gives a simple step by step guide to playing that even adults will find helpful.
Such classic songs as: A Kind Of Magic, Bohemian Rhapsody, Under Pressure, Another One Bites The Dust will be included in this easy to follow guitar lesson series,
If you are interested in guitar lessons with James full details can be found on www.rock-licks.com or email James firstname.lastname@example.org