Music Gear News
Charlotte Church learning to play guitar
Welsh singer Charlotte Church has revealed she is learning to play the guitar in order to improve her songwriting abilities.
Speaking to Wales Online about the making of her new album Back to Scratch, the 24-year-old said that she had been heavily involved in the writing of the new tracks.
She added that she has decided to learn the guitar so she can further progress as a musician.
"I can sing melodies in my head all day long but I need a guitar riff to work off," Church stated.
The star added that she now plans to build a studio at her home in the Vale of Glamorgan so she can make the music that she wants to.
Her new album, which is being released today (October 25th 2010), has been produced by Martin Terefe and Sacha Skarbeck, who have previously worked with the likes of KT Tunstall, James Morrison and Adele.
ÂPosted on 25 Oct 2010 10:47 to category : Band / Celebrity News
Related Music News
Through a collaboration with Martin, Sheeran's latest signature model features artwork from his latest album '÷' and has been built to his exact specifications.
An icon who helped propel the rock 'n' roll movement to new and unprecedented heights. Chucky Berry is praised by many as a founding father of modern music.
Founding guitarist of legendary LA band Y and T Joey Alves passes away due to complications relating to Ulcerative Colitis. Documentary on soon to follow.
Destroyer Cola is to be the latest release in rock veterans Kiss' long line of merchandise currently available to the general public for purchase
In a recent unconfirmed report, frontman of famous rock and roll outfit Guns N' Roses is said to be heading into the studio with Australian rock veterans AC/DC
Never before has music been so accessible. With social media, tab sites and forums at your immediate disposal, learning your favourite song couldn't be easier.
Recent Music News
The Roland SPD: ONE ELECTRO Trigger Pad is a next level sound solution developed to enhance and diversify your performances, giving your playing extra depth.
The Roland SPD: ONE Percussion Trigger Pad offers percussion players a versatile and eclectic tonal palette for all of their percussion based needs.
The Roland SPD: ONE KICK Trigger Pad gives the solo musician a convenient means to spice up their live performances and introduce a new percussive dynamic.
Ideal for those looking to spice up their live performances, Roland's SPD:: ONE WAV Trigger Pad can take samples extending up to the length of an entire song.
Ideal for fitting in places which other mics can't, the Hummingbird Small Diaphragm Mic is part of a two for one offer that runs until 30th of November.
The TC Electronic Unitune Tuner is the latest tuning accessory developed by the Denmark based innovators. Modern, and wildly practical, the Unitune has it all.