Author Archives: Eddie Lewis
About Eddie LewisEddie Lewis is primarily known as a Christian free-lance trumpet player in Houston, TX. Eddie makes a living playing trumpet, teaching trumpet and jazz improvisation, writing trumpet music and authoring trumpet books. His second book, Daily Routines for Trumpet, is used regularly by thousands of trumpet players around the world. If you would like to purchase some of his CD's, feel free to visit our online music store at http://www.TigerMusicStore.com.
Here’s my latest trumpet lesson, tutorial video. This one is about how to become a great trumpet player. Of course, the same philosophy applies to any musician, but it’s a trumpet channel, so I primarily address trumpet players in the … Continue reading
No Concession Blues – Trumpet Play-Along Hello Everyone, So, I guess I haven’t written about this here yet, but I recently released a play-along series on YouTube where you get to play first trumpet parts to some of my original … Continue reading
Bebopical Consequences This video is number 45 in my free improvisation series. It has a little more of a jazz flavor than some of the other improvisations I’ve done lately. Not sure why that has been happening. But that’s the … Continue reading
When You Walk In The Forest This is number 31 in my free improv video series. This one is a bit different from the others in that it is more conservative in more easily listenable. It has sort of an … Continue reading
200 YouTube Videos Posted! This video, Why Lip Buzz? is our 200th video on our YouTube channel. We have been publishing more videos lately. Most of them are music videos. There are three categories of music videos we are posting; product … Continue reading
Congratulations Osvaldo We want to congratulate Osvaldo T. for getting a first division on his solo at Solo and Ensemble Contest. Osvaldo is one of our newest students but he is making a lot of progress. Congratulations Osvaldo. Keep up … Continue reading
Why Should You Take Trumpet Lessons? In this video, I give you five reasons why you should take lessons if you are serious about becoming a trumpet player.