Quinton Hufferd, creator of Blues Piano Revealed, has released a new post featuring Chuck Leavell, piano player and keyboardist for the Allman Brothers, Eric Clapton, and the Rolling Stones.
Online PR News – 26-April-2012 – Corona/CA – Quinton Hufferd, professional piano player and creator of the blues piano lesson product Blues Piano Revealed, has released a new post on his blog featuring Chuck Leavell, piano player and keyboardist for the Allman Brothers, Eric Clapton, and the Rolling Stones. Hufferd has collected four videos that highlight Leavell’s work with Eric Clapton and the Rolling Stones, plus he features excerpts from a solo piano medley with Leavell and a backstage interview from his tour with the Rolling Stones. Piano players and readers are encouraged to learn more about Leavell at http://bluespianorevealed.com/rock-and-blues-piano-with-chuck-leavell/.
According to Hufferd, “One of the great rock and blues pianists that has thrived in the music industry is Chuck Leavell.”
“Leavell was a member of the great rock band, The Allman Brothers,” Hufferd says, “During the height of the band’s popularity, a successful recording session pianist, recorded the Unplugged album with Eric Clapton, toured for a number of years with the Rolling Stones, and formed his own group, Sea Level.”
According to Hufferd, “Few piano players in the world of rock music can claim such an outstanding list of bands on their wrap sheets.”
Readers will find this post and so much more now at http://bluespianorevealed.com/. Hufferd has provided a variety of articles for piano players of all skill levels and ages. Readers will find his last post, featuring the Rhodes stage piano, at http://www.onlineprnews.com/news/222778-1334710511-quinton-hufferd-shares-the-cool-sound-of-the-rhodes-stage-piano-at-blues-piano-revealed.html/.
About Quinton Hufferd and Blues Piano Revealed
Quinton Hufferd is the creator and owner of Blues Piano Revealed, a service dedicated to providing excellent blues piano lessons at a comfortable pace. Readers should sign up for free blues piano lessons at http://bluespianorevealed.com/.