When I first got the chance to play piano in the style of Bob Dylan, I just had to be the first one to do it
I’m a big Bob Dylan fan, but when it came to piano, I was really unsure of myself.
It was a challenge to be in tune, but also to have an idea of what the melody and the chords should be.
I wanted to find something that could bring me into the music and create a sense of euphoria that I hadn’t felt before.
My first experience playing the piano was at the beginning of the Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and I really liked the songwriting and the instrumentation.
When I got the opportunity to play it live, I knew that I was onto something.
I knew what the chords and melodies were and that it would be an exciting experience for me to take part in.
I went to the piano concert I’d been dreaming about and I was blown away.
The show was phenomenal, and the way the audience reacted to the music was unbelievable.
The people who came to the concert were absolutely amazing, and it was great to hear them sing along to songs like ‘Hey Jude’.
It was such a thrill to be onstage with them, and they were so grateful to be able to see the audience for the first time.
I just wanted to create the feeling that I wanted.
I had a dream of playing piano, and now I can see the music of Bob and the Beatles is in my hands.
What are you doing now?
I’m actually still working on my piano career, and when I get to that point I will definitely be doing more live shows.
I’ve got a lot of things to do on my plate.
It’s all about creating something that is memorable and unique.
I still work on my guitar skills, and will be playing more shows with my band.
I’m just so excited to get to play with my favourite bands and record new music, and just make music that is unique and memorable.
If you’re looking to learn more about the world of piano, or you’re just looking for a relaxing break from the daily grind, I’ve compiled some of my favourite tips to help you learn.
I really encourage you to take a look at these tips, and feel free to ask me any questions about piano.