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La Bamba
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La Bamba
Evan Weatherford is here to teach you the classic we all know as "La Bamba." "La Bamba" is actually a Mexican folk song from the state of Veracruz, and was only made popular by Ritchie Valens. Rolling Stone ranked it #345 in the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. Los Lobos actually recorded the version for the 1987 film,”La Bamba”.

Evan plays an Gibson USA Les Paul Deluxe in this lesson.



Evan Weatherford
    From the time Evan Weatherford started playing guitar at 14, he knew it was to be his life's focus. With packed bags, he headed to Nashville in 2000 and has since toured the world, playing hundreds of shows and recording with well-known artists such as Natalie Grant, JT Hodges, Mandisa, Michael Tait, Jeremy Riddle, Britt Nicole, Jeremy Camp, and others. Evan has also become a prominent musician in the Nashville independent music circles, both live and in the studio, playing for indie artists including Andy Davis, Griffin House, Tyler James, and Shirock.

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*NOTE: This song lesson will be posted until June 13, 2012.

"LA BAMBA"

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Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Genres:
Latin|Pop
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