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Groove Me
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Groove Me
Brandon Trapp from MusikWorks Studios and lead guitarist of Backwood Boulevard will show you how to play a great R&B/funk tune from King Floyd called “Groove Me”. This song is from the soul singer’s self titled album, released in late 1970. “Groove Me” was a crossover hit for Floyd, reaching number one on the soul charts and number 6 on the hot 100. Since then this tune has remained a staple in pop culture. It’s been covered by several artist including; Etta James, the Blues Brothers, and even a disco version by Fern Kinney.

Brandon plays a Epiphone Wilshire in this lesson.

Brandon Trapp
    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 Nashville, TN and is a regular contributor to

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