Taylor Davis doesn’t play the violin for her 2 million YouTube subscribers. She performs for them. She serenades, inspires and elevates them with a skill that is gentle in melody and giant in composition imagination. A self-admitted "proud nerd," she's best known for her original compositions and … Read more about Q&A With Signature Artist Taylor Davis: Behind The Strings
Musicnotes Signature Artist News | Simply Three have just released their latest album, 'Undefined' which features a rich collection of original arrangements. Having achieved tremendous success with their classical pop crossover covers, the guys: Glen McDaniel, Zack Clark, and Nick Villalobos, were … Read more about Classical Crossover Q&A with Simply Three
Everybody who has scanned stock image sites looking for just the right photo has come across pictures that make you stop and scratch your head. Below is a series of awkward, puzzling or straight-out ridiculous stock photos we've come across while embarking on our musical image searches. Reader … Read more about 25 Awkward Musical Stock Photos To LOL At
From sea to shining sea, we're looking at what our fellow musicians are currently playing (or are hoping to play) across America via the most popular search terms used at Musicnotes.com, the world's leading source of professionally licensed digital sheet music and guitar tab. To compile our list, … Read more about 2017’s Most Popular Sheet Music Searches By State (Printable/Sharable PDF!)
Start saving your pennies now, we're counting down the most expensive musical instruments ever sold! While many would consider these ultra-rare instruments and the stories behind them priceless, they have been sold to collectors looking to preserve important moments in musical history. Do you … Read more about The Most Expensive Musical Instruments of All Time
For those who joined us in the last FREE piano tutorial from Musicnotes Signature Artist Jonny May, how's that Beginner Blues Shuffle coming along? Get ready for more Piano with Jonny goodness with another totally FREE lesson, complete with free sheet music from Musicnotes.com. One of the coolest … Read more about Are You Ready for Another FREE Jonny May Piano Tutorial?
Learning to play the blues can be somewhat intimating for beginning or casual pianists. But, familiarizing yourself with the chord progressions, phrasing and rhythms/grooves that characterize blues music can open a whole new world of musical possibilities. That's why our great friend (and Musicnotes … Read more about Free Piano Lesson/Sheet Music from Jazz Marvel Jonny May!
You've arranged/written the songs, practiced performing, and feel ready to share your musical brilliance with the world. But how exactly do you take the leap from creating for personal enjoyment to getting ready to book your first gig? We lay out 10 dos and don'ts to help you book your first gig, … Read more about How to Book Your First Gig: 10 Dos and Don’ts