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Get direct feedback on your playing with bluegrass lessons in: Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar, Fiddle, Dobro, and Double Bass

The ArtistWorks Academy of Bluegrass puts you in direct connection to an all-star cast of phenomenal players - all ready to help you master your instrument.

It starts with a lifetime of HD video bluegrass lessons, tabs and backing tracks - beginning to advanced - from bluegrass icons: Tony Trischka, Darol Anger, Mike Marshall, Andy Hall, Bryan Sutton, & Missy Raines. These streaming videos are always there for you to learn from, anytime, at your own pace, and we've made free sample bluegrass lessons available on each artist's site.

Of course, it's all based on the ArtistWorks Video Exchangeâ„¢ Feedback Platform that lets you show your teacher video of what you're playing and get personalized video feedback from your teacher that's guaranteed to help you get better fast. Click here to see how Video Exchange Works.

These interactions are paired together on the site with the appropriate lessons for everyone to learn from.  In fact, some people never submit videos because there is so much value in watching your legendary teaching artist coach someone else!

The ArtistWorks Bluegrass Campus gives you access to a global learning community centered around master bluegrass teachers and enthusiatic amateurs all focused around their passion for bluegrass.  No other method provides this kind of personalized interaction and community.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed or your money back, so join today and discover the most effective way to take your bluegrass playing to the next level.  

Blog/News

Mando Magic with Mike Marshall
Jul 10

For anyone who missed it, here's the full video of our recent "Mando Magic with Mike Marshall" workshop. Moderated by Scott Tichnenor of Mandolin Cafe, we were also joined by some of Mike's mandolin students as well as ArtistWorks Dobro instructor Andy Hall. We had a blast getting into some interesting mandolin related topics, and of course there was some jamming as well! Thanks to everyone who tuned in live and especially the students here who participated and helped us get the word out. See you next time!