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Silver Bells
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Silver Bells
Adam Stark, The Kicks, teaches you how to play the classic Christmas song, "Silver Bells," by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans. This is one of the keystone holiday songs, made famous by classic vocalists such and Jim Reeves and Bing Crosby. This lesson shows you how to play the rhythm guitar part for this song, as well as a transposed vocal melody for lead guitar. 

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.

Gibson's Learn and Master Guitar Course     This Skills House Song Lesson was brought to you by the makers of Gibson's Learn & Master Guitar with Steve Krenz. Gibson's Learn & Master Guitar, the world's most in-depth home study course for guitar. Developed in partnership with Legacy Learning Systems, this 20-DVD course takes beginning players from the ultra-basics of guitar all the way through advanced skills training. It is truly years' worth of training in a single box, all presented in a simple step-by-step progression that anyone can follow on their path toward mastering the guitar. For more information, go here!

Ray Evans and Jay Livingston ©1950 Sony/ATV Harmony All Rights by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC 8 Music Sq. W., Nashville, TN. 37203 All Rights Reserved. Used By Permission.
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