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Don't Know Why
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Don't Know Why
Brandon Trapp, guitar instructor at MusikWorks studio and CEO at Josh Huggins Music LLC, helps you to learn "Don't Know Why," a jazzy tune from Norah Jones.

Jones was born in Brooklyn New York, and is the daughter of renowned Indian Sitar player Ravi Shankar and American Concert Producer Sue Jones. Norah grew up in Texas and attended the University of North Texas where she majored in Jazz Piano.

“Don’t Know Why” is the 2nd single from her debut album Come Away with Me. As her biggest single, it reached the top 40 on Billboard’s Hot 100. The album was certified diamond selling over 20 million copies and it also earned Jones 5 Grammy Awards.

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

Adam Stark
    In the 7th grade Brandon got his first real guitar. After learning a few chords he found a 50's and 60's songbook lying around the house. Currently Brandon is a working musician and a guitar teacher at MusikWorks Studios in Rome, GA and is a regular contributor to

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