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Black Hearts (On Fire)
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Black Hearts (On Fire)
Lead singer for The Kicks, Jordan Phillips, shows you how to rock "Black Hearts (On Fire)" by Jet. It was the second single off of their third studio album, Shaka Rock, released in October of 2009. "Black Hearts (On Fire)" did well in the rock charts, peaking at #32, and was featured on several TV shows throughout 2009 and 2010.

Jordan plays a Gibson Custom ES-335 Block Inlay in the lesson.



Jordan Phillips
    Jordan Phillips was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. He picked up a guitar when he was 10 years old. Since then he has been writing, recording, and touring playing rock and roll music. In 2004, he relocated to Nashville, TN where he is now the lead singer and guitar player in the pop/rock band The Kicks. The Kicks have recorded 2 albums (with their 3rd releasing in September 2012) and have spent the past 4 years in North America and Central America, touring and opening for the likes of John Mayer, Los Lonely Boys, Rooney, and Hot Chelle Rae. They also appeared on Austin City Limits in 2011.

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"BLACK HEARTS (ON FIRE)"
© 2009
Written by Chris Cester & Cam Muncey

All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission

Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Genres:
Rock
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