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O Holy Night
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O Holy Night
James Capozzi, Yes & No, gets you ready for Christmas with the well-known carol, “O Holy Night.” This song was written by Adolph Adam, back in 1847. This song is obviously a staple around Christmas time and is really fun to play on guitar.

This lesson will cover basic chords that a beginner could play, mixed with a lead melody line for more advanced players.  

James plays a Gibson Custom L-5 CT in the lesson.

James Capozzi
    James Capozzi began playing guitar at the age of 12 when he overheard his clarinet teacher tell his parents that he was a "natural." That was all the motivation he needed to switch instruments. His earliest influences were the blues greats, Hendrix/SRV/Clapton, and he began to try and emulate what they did and also add his own style to it. In high school he began getting into the rock/indie scene with bands like Switchfoot and Jimmy Eat World.

James moved to Nashville in 2005 in order to finish school and also be in an environment with other musicians. He has been in several bands since his arrival and is now working on an acoustic project with his brother, Dave, called Yes & No.

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Arranged by James Capozzi
Written by Adolph Adam
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