About Tom Feldmann’s Online Guitar Lessons

“You’re not just learning songs.  You’re learning to play the guitar.”

Lessons on your time, 24-7, 365days a year!  Subscribe for unlimited access to the entire lesson library or purchase Single Lesson Downloads.

Thank you for checking out my online lesson site and please feel free to contact me at tom@playcountryblues.com if you have any questions.

Lesson List

Mastering Slide Guitar: From Good To Great

Learn To Play Guitar

CAGED System

Building Thumb Independence

Navigating the Fretboard: Open G and Open D

I Am the Black Ace (Black Ace)

Baby Please Don’t Go (Pink Anderson)

Rowdy Blues (Kid Bailey)

Mississippi Bottom Blues (Kid Bailey)

Pushin’ My Luck (Robert Belfour)

How Long Blues (Scrapper Blackwell/Leroy Carr)

Poor Boy A Long Ways From Home (Barbecue Bob)

Key To The Highway (Big Bill Broonzy)

Stump Blues (Big Bill Broonzy)

Long Haired Doney (R.L. Burnside)

Little Babe (R.L. Burnside)

Going Down South (R.L. Burnside)

I Want You To Know (Bo Carter)

Ways Like A Crawfish (Bo Carter)

Bowling Green Rag (John Cephas)

Brownskin Woman (Sam Chatmon)

L.A. Freeway (Guy Clark)

The Cape (Guy Clark)

Mean Old World (Eric Clapton/Duane Allman)

Vigilante Man (Ry Cooder)

Paris, Texas (Ry Cooder)

Freight Train (Elizabeth Cotten)

Candyman (Rev. Gary Davis)

Death Don’t Have No Mercy (Rev. Gary Davis)

I Belong To The Band (Rev Gary Davis)

Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning (Rev. Gary Davis)

Oh Glory, How Happy I Am (Rev Gary Davis)

There’s A Bright Side Somewhere (Rev. Gary Davis)

Delia (Rev. Gary Davis)

Run Sinner Run (Guy Davis)

Ft. Worth Blues (Steve Earle)

Goodbye (Steve Earle)

Ballad of Angel Mosley (Tom Feldmann)

Greenville Avenue (Tom Feldmann)

Easy Rag in C (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Potato Soup (Tom Feldmann)

Skip Around The Old Oak Tree (Tom Feldmann)

Well Done (Tom Feldmann)

Hands In Hand (Tom Feldmann)

Shine Upon Everyone (Tom Feldmann)

Better Keep It Hid (Tom Feldmann)

Keep Marching On (Tom Feldmann)

10,000 Chains (Tom Feldmann)

Amazing Grace (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Going Now But I Won’t Stay Long (Tom Feldmann)

Hallelu (Tom Feldmann)

Have Ourselves A Time (Tom Feldmann)

Silver Bells (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

O Christmas Tree (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Auld Lang Syne (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Silent Night (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Jingle Bells (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

The First Noel (arr. by Tom Feldmann)

Clay Pigeons (Blaze Foley)

Election Day (Blaze Foley)

If I Could Only Fly (Blaze Foley)

Oh Darlin’ (Blaze Foley)

Our Little Town (Blaze Foley)

Albatross (Peter Green/Fleetwood Mac)

It Hurts Me Too (John Hammond)

Mojo Hand (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Come Back Baby (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Shinin’ Moon (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Bring Me My Shotgun (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Mean Old Twister/Backwater Blues (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Needed Time (Lightnin’ Hopkins)

Lord Have Mercy When I Come To Die (Son House)

Death Letter Blues (Son House)

C.C. Rider (Mississippi John Hurt)

Stack O’Lee (Mississippi John Hurt)

Spike Drivers Blues (Mississippi John Hurt)

Stocktime (Mississippi John Hurt)

First Shot Missed Him (Mississippi John Hurt)

Dust My Broom (Elmore James)

Shake Your Moneymaker (Elmore James)

It’s Nobody’s Fault But Mine (Blind Willie Johnson)

Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning (Blind Willie Johnson)

Come On In My Kitchen (Robert Johnson)

Blues in A (Robert Johnson)

Spoonful Blues (Mance Lipscomb)

Sugar Babe (Mance Lipscomb)

Run, Sinner, Run (Mance Lipscomb)

Fishin’ Blues (Taj Mahal)

You Got To Move (Fred McDowell)

Letter From Hot Springs (Fred McDowell)

The Lord Will Make A Way (Fred McDowell)

Get Right Church (Fred McDowell)

New Highway No. 51 (Tommy McClennan)

Walk On (Brownie McGhee)

Am I Wrong (Keb’ Mo’)

She Just Wants To Dance (Keb’ Mo’)

Roll and Tumble (Hambone Willie Newbern)

Give It Up or Let Me Go (Bonnie Raitt)

Goin’ Away Baby (Jimmy Rogers)

Ludella (Jimmy Rogers)

That’s All Right (Jimmy Rogers)

Moanin’ The Blues (Allen Shaw)

Nine Pound Hammer (Merle Travis)

Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor (Traditional)

Take Your Burden To The Lord And Leave It There (Traditional)

Kind Hearted Woman (George Thorogood)

I Can’t Be Satisfied (Muddy Waters)

Rollin’ Stone (Muddy Waters)

Louisiana Blues (Muddy Waters)

Train Fare Blues (Muddy Waters)

Guitar Rag (Sylvester Weaver)

Jitterbug Swing (Bukka White)

O Lord I Want You To Help Me (Robert Wilkins)

Down In The Bottom (Howlin’ Wolf)

I Am The Wolf (Howlin’ Wolf)

If I Needed You (Townes Van Zandt)

Pancho & Lefty (Townes Van Zandt)

Waiting Around To Die (Townes Van Zandt)

About Tom Feldmann

“His are some of the best picked blues I’ve heard, and I’ve heard lots!” – Jorma Kaukonen (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)

“No question, Tom Feldmann is a jewel of American guitarmanship.” – Vintage Guitar Magazine

“Tom Feldmann is a master of his craft – whether old country blues and gospel tunes or original compositions. He has it all. Great and soulful guitar technique combined with a powerful voice. His music carries on the tradition and shines bright.” – Stefan Grossman

Minnesota native Tom Feldmann taught himself to play guitar at the age of 17, spending untold hours dissecting original recordings by everyone from Charley Patton to Skip James, Bukka White to – yes, of course – Robert Johnson.  His mastery in that field has aligned him with the who’s who in acoustic music working alongside Jorma Kaukonen at his infamous Fur Peace Ranch, teaching numerous instructional videos for Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop, contributing articles to Acoustic Guitar and Vintage Guitar Magazines, as well as opening shows for David Bromberg, David Lindley, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, and Roy Book Binder.

Feldmann has released 12 studio albums and his latest release is Dyed In The Wool.

Recent features on Tom Feldmann:
– Vintage Guitar Magazine, Pages 24 and 114
– Countryblues.com