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King of Anything
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King of Anything
Trent Swartzentruber teaches you how to play a version of “King of Anything,” by Sara Bareilles. This song was released in 2010 on her album, Kaleidoscope Heart, and was nominated for Best Female Pop Performance at the Grammys that same year.

This song is originally played solely on piano, but has been arranged in a way where you will learn both the verse hook, as well as the rhythm for the rest of the song.
 
Trent plays a Gibson USA Midtown Custom in the lesson.



Trent Swartzentruber
    Trent Swartzentruber is a Nashville based guitar player hailing originally from Phoenix, AZ. He toured with Christian artist Jeff Deyo for five years, and then became the instructor for Guitar Apprentice, a visual game-like learning interface teaching hit songs. Trent is also an experienced bass player, learning that instrument as a young lad years before he ever picked up a guitar. Currently, Trent is working as a studio musician, serves at a local church, and is generally being awesome wherever he goes.

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"KING OF ANYTHING"
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Lesson Details
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Genres:
Pop
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