Scott is offering Skype lesson sessions to guitar players at ALL LEVELS of experience starting in December of 2011.
Sessions will include in depth work on honing the essential chops and skills for Blues, Rocks, R&B, Jazz, Country, and Pop styles. Materials will be provided via drop box including MP3's, Charts and all study materials to accompany the lessons.
All lessons will be CUSTOM made by Scott for you starting after the first session. Scott will also be offering in depth his personal insight and knowledge from his many years of working with The Gregg Allman Band and with artists such as Levon Helm, Marshall Crenshaw, The Allman Brothers Band and many others...
Sessions will cost $100 (U.S.) per hour and can be paid for using debit or credit cards via Paypal.
To find out more about Scott, please scroll down or visit his website http://www.scottsharrad.com . To set up a session e-mail him directly to firstname.lastname@example.org .
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"Gregg Allman's secret weapon." -Glide Magazine "One of the
best guitarists in the country... danceable soul grooves that support a
lyrical journey." -Larry Flick, Billboard Magazine "Sharrard is the next Eric Clapton or Mike Bloomfield." -Indianapolis Star Tribune "Sharrard's
slide work evoked the Allmans' signature sound, his playing was
multifaceted, incorporating subtle volume swells, Memphis-tinged double
stops and classic B.B. King licks." -Mike Joyce, The Washington Post "An incredible guitarist"- Jerry Shriver, U.S.A. Today
in Michigan and raised throughout the Midwestern “Rust Belt”, Scott
Sharrard began his career in music when his family settled in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin in the early ‘90’s. Scott spent his teenage years attending
Milwaukee’s prestigious High School of The Arts by day while spending
his nights playing in clubs and touring with local blues legends like
Stokes, Willie Higgins and Harvey Scales and with such international
blues and jazz luminaries as Buddy Miles, Melvin Rhyne, and Clyde
Stubblefield. After rising to the top of the local circuit and at the
tender age of 19, Scott and his band The Chesterfields moved to New York
City with their innovative sound rooted in classic Soul, Blues, and
Rock. The band flourished in New York, powered by Scotts lead vocals,
guitar work, and original compositions. They recorded and released 3
albums, toured nationally, and received support and encouragement from
people like Ahmet Ertegun, Russ Titlemen, Rob Thomas, and Dr. John. The
Chesterfields broke up in 2003 and Scott finally went solo, releasing 2
albums to critical acclaim and touring and showcasing in NYC and L.A. He
recorded and released his newest solo album “Ante Up” in 2008 and
continues to tour and showcase with his live band. As a sideman and
guitarist, Scott is currently best known for his work as a member of The
Gregg Allman Band. He has also performed with such artists as: The
Allman Brothers, Levon Helm, Amy Helm, Jaimoe's Jasssz Band, Jennifer
Johns, Marshall Crenshaw, Kelley Hunt, Katy Pfaffl, Brian Charette, and
Jay Collins & The Kings County Band.