June 13, 2004
Rock House has announced the release of a Funk instructional program. Titled Funk Using It and Fusing It, it will give students tools to play Funk guitar and fuse it with Rock, Blues, Country and Jazz. They'll learn funk techniques like "chicken scratchin, syncopated accents, multi-layered rhythms, funk chords and progressions, lead scales and tricks all complete with backing tracks.
This two DVD set is available at MI retailers around the world for $24.99US and comes with a 32 page booklet and free membership to Rock House's interactive lesson support site on the web.
The program is taught by Leo Nocentelli, guitarist of The Meters who are responsible for hits such as Africa, People Say, Fire on The Bayou and Sissy Strut. Over his career he has recorded with a wide variety of artists like Dr. John, Robert Palmer, and Peter Gabriel and worked with Grammy winners, Paul McCartney, Patty Label, Etta James, and Sting. In 2001 Leo along with the other members of The Meters received Grammy's life time achievement award. Many of today's top hip-hop artist such as Queen Latifa, Naughty by Nature, Run DMC, Heavy D, LL Cool J, and NWA to name a few have sampled Leo's signature guitar licks. The DVD also includes Leo's discography and a personal interview about his more than 40 years in Music.
The interactive website supports and enhances the instruction presented on the DVD for easy and continued learning.
On the site Students can:
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