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Wide Open Spaces
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Wide Open Spaces
Patrick Worley, a classically trained guitarist, live, and session musician based out of Nashville, TN, will teach you how to play like the Dixie Chicks. These ladies had several smash hits through the late 90's and early 2000's. Their chart topping hit, "Wide Open Spaces," is a country tune that even beginners can quickly learn.

Patrick plays a Gibson J-45 Standard in this lesson.

Patrick Worley
    Patrick Worley has been playing guitar since the age of fifteen. A performer, composer, teacher, and songwriter Patrick received a music scholarship to study classical guitar without any prior formal education on the instrument. He's worked with faculty members from the Julliard School, Peabody Conservatory, and Cleveland Institute of Music. As an instructor, he maintains an active private studio and his students include professional musicians who have appeared in national magazines, Sony writers, award winners in paying competitions, and recipients of university scholarships. Patrick holds a B.S. in Music Business and a B.M. in Guitar Performance.

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