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Apologize
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Apologize
Adam Stark, The Kicks lead guitarist, teaches a song from the band, OneRepublic, called "Apologize." This song was one of the biggest radio airplay hits in the history of the Pop Songs radio in North America, with 10,394 plays in one week. "Apologize" would remain #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for 8 consecutive weeks in the US, 13 consecutive weeks in Canada, and would go on to reach number one in 16 other countries around the world.

Adam plays a Gibson Custom L-5 CT 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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"APOLOGIZE"
© 2006 Ryan Tedder

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Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Genres:
Pop
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