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Burnin' For You
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Burnin' For You
Adam Stark, from the Kicks, is here to teach you how to play another song. Today we are going to be looking at the smash hit, “Burnin’ For You,” by Blue Oyster Cult. This song was released on the 1981 album, Fire of Unknown Origin. This song went on to reach number one on the Billboard Top Tracks chart, and the single spent three weeks at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Adam plays a Gibson USA Midtown Custom in the lesson.



Adam Stark
    Adam Stark is a blues/rock based guitar player born and raised in Nashville, TN. His love for rock 'n roll of the 60's and 70's has shaped his style towards that of Jimmy Page, Billy Gibbons, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. His experience in the music industry has included years of touring for country, rock, and Christian acts, studio sessions, and running his own music lessons business. He is currently the lead guitar player and songwriter for the Nashville-based rock band, The Kicks.

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"BURNIN' FOR YOU"
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Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Advanced
Genres:
Rock
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