JamAlong Music Method is a unique program offering online music lessons, custom video lessons and coaching, as well as resources for folk, bluegrass and Americana music.
Learn how to jam with our online music lessons — featuring instructional videos, downloadable TAB and sheet music, and play-along audio tracks. Our eLessons are easy to understand and get you playing right away, making learning fun!
We offer a one-of-a-kind service with our custom eLessons, where you get to order any song or skill you want to learn, and our team of instructors actually makes you a video to order, just for you! Yes, this is something you simply won’t find anywhere else. It’s like having a private music teacher, except you get a complete video with each lesson! Each Custom Video lesson also comes with TAB and notation, play-along MP3’s and of course unlimited phone support for any questions you might have.
Best yet, you can get a subscription and get full access to our entire eLesson library, as well as custom eLessons and live video lessons! We offer three different subscriptions, starting at a super-affordable $30 per month. With a subscription, you just browse the eLesson Library and add your favorite lessons to your own lessons page. All your favorite lessons will be right there whenever you log in from your phone, tablet, or computer.
We also have an online music store featuring the best musical instruments and accessories for jammers like you, and some unique JamAlong Music products not found in any store!
Be sure to take a moment to register for a FREE account on the site, so we can post some sample lessons to your lessons page. As soon as you register, you get unlimited phone and text support, so you can be sure you’re doing it right!
Yes, you can find online lessons all over, but no one is making custom eLessons on the spot, made just for you, and 24/7 free phone support. Nobody. Trust us.
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The JamAlong Crew
JamAlong Music is a collective of musicians around the works that is ever growing, and we come together to help spread our love of playing music through teaching. We welcome inquires from new teachers, just drop us a line and tell us what you can offer! here are some of the regular contributors…
JamAlong fiddle coach Rosalind Parducci handles all or our fiddle related matters, and has a giant collection of fiddle tunes in music and fiddle TAB that she would be delighted to share with you. She also is an adept songwriter and band leader, and fronts the group No Pardon. She welcomes all questions via email, and is full of good ideas. When she is not fiddling away, she runs our “how to read music” program with Brae, and it is the easiest and fastest way for anyone to learn how to read music, period!
Fiddler and alumni of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Avery Risling-Sholl is our regular contributor for all things Celtic, and is the person you’ll be working with if you decide to play more Scottish tuners on yer fiddle. Between him and our banjo guru Brae we keep new videos and lessons coming non-stop. Avery hails from Santa Rosa CA, and specializes in bluegrass, Irish, blues and Old Timey fiddle styles. Email him with all of your questions about leprechaun music 🙂
John Sims is our beginner to intermediate banjo teacher, and has been picking bluegrass banjo in bands for more than 30 years, while traveling the world as a career Army Officer. Serving in the Pentagon on 9-11-01, and 30 years of service, John still found time to perform with the Canadian Fiddle champion, the 10th Mountain Division Band and some amazing Afghan pickers during a performance to the provincial Governor of Kandahar. John teaches everything from advanced techniques like single string and Jazz chord progressions, to helping beginner and Intermediate students in all aspects of banjo instruction. Click here to chat with John about jamming.
Korinza learned to jam and improvise on the cello before she learned to play Twinkle Star, and getting people together to jam is one of her passions. She’s been playing cello for 16 years and uses her classical background as a technical foundation in playing Celtic, folk music, and new age cello techniques. Korinza has played cello for musical theater productions including a run of Cabaret that received a Kennedy Center award for the American College Theater Festival. She also studied and went through a rigorous process resulting in being awarded a gold medal with distinction for solo musical theater singing from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Those experiences have provided a source of performance study to develop her cello playing, and she can guide any student into new realms of Celtic, Folk and classical music on their cello!
Cheryl Kelley is a vocal dynamo, and whenever we need a star voice for a students project, whether it’s a songwriter demo or a jingle, we call her up and she always delivers. Need some vocal exercises to increase your range? Want a sing-along track of your favorite artist to rock out to? Cheryl’s got you covered. We’re proud to have her as part of the JamAlong team, and we hope you order a custom vocal lesson with her soon. With Cheryl’s lessons you’ll get audio tracks and sheet music, as well as tons of tips and tricks of the pros, so you’ll not only learn a lot but have a ton of fun doing it. Shoot Cheryl an email today and say hi.
JamAlong Music founder Braeden “Banjovi” Lewis has been playing music since he was knee high to a grasshopper, and teaches and plays banjo, guitar, mandolin and ukulele. He has been playing bluegrass and folk music for over 40 years, and has performed with stars like Leftover Salmon, Joe Craven, Radim Zenkel and many not so famous. His teaching style and method have been applauded for being fresh and enjoyable, and he has helped hundreds to enjoy the “jamming game”. His motto is “you’re better than you sound!”, and he welcomes all questions and comments, as long as they don’t involve politics or eighties music.
Have something to teach? Want to contribute to jamalong? Contact us and let’s talk!