7 Days In A Week

One of my favorite new tunes from the kids and family YouTube project I work with: KidSpace Studios! Listen past the 1:35 mark to catch the hip-hop breakdown section of the song! Like and share with YOUR kids and family if you enjoy what you see and hear. New music EVERY TUESDAY!

Putting in some Saturdays

“You’re so lucky!” “Man, you’re living the dream.” – Two of the most common things I hear from people… and they are right, but that is not all.

Almost all luck and dream living are yielded from hard work. It wasn’t luck that pushed me to stay up way past when the house and neighborhood were asleep with my headphones plugged into a practice amp, practicing scales and chords until my little arm bled, and my fingers were raw.

The best news is BECAUSE it ISN’T luck, this is in you, too. You are capable. You are able. If you have a goal, or a dream, don’t think you’ll never work a day in your life… think you’ll work harder than you could or would in ANY other capacity.

How can I help you today!? DM me, or comment here.

It’s Saturday. The world is breaking for the weekend. Perfect chance to get after it.

Brand New Video is Here! Are You Ready To Rock!?

This is the guitar that started it all for me! The left-handed Fender Stratocaster. I bought it from Cascio Interstate Music in New Berlin, WI in the spring of 2000.

Here I am in Nashville playing a segment of a John Mayer-style riff similar to his track “Who Did You Think I Was.”

Thanks for watching, liking, commenting, and sharing!

The Tony Memmel Show – NEW WEB SERIES

ORIGINALLY Filmed on Facebook live (9/24/17)

I’M LIVE! Talking about my upcoming guitar video release tomorrow, and about the STAR OF THE SHOW: my very first guitar, a Fender Stratocaster (The Strat). I bought it when I was 13 years old, and there are so many stories surrounding it.

IF YOU JUST CAN’T WAIT until tomorrow, you can hear it in action on our song, “Rock and Roll Was New.” Listen HERE for FREE today to get prepared for tomorrow!

Rockin’ Guitar Video

Rockin’ on the guitar!

I’ve been challenging myself to play more intricate and difficult guitar pieces and exercises, and thought I’d share some of my process and progress with you. Thanks for watching! Please like and share, if you’re willing.