Music moves Jaquie’s soul. It grows and calms her. Jaquie finds that when she gets out of her head and lets her hands do the work, that’s where creating the music really starts.
When you’re creating, does being in your head help, or do your thoughts get in the way? Does music help you create? Please consider sharing your thoughts in the comments below!
Jaquie began playing the guitar at the age of 14, listening to the music of various musicians and guitarists. She soon created a sound she could call her own. Jaquie’s music incorporates a two hand tapping style along with percussion techniques and melodic melodies. Having recorded 5 CD’s and her music being used in documentaries and promotional videos, she continues to explore the many possibilities the acoustic box of strings has to offer.
[box type=”note” style=”rounded” border=”full”]Listen to more of Jaquie’s music and download her albums at jaquiegipson.com →[/box]
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[threecol_two]This episode features the song “Truth Seeker” by Trinidad-based guitarist Jaquie Gipson. Her music is available at jaquiegipson.com. The song “Truth Seeker” is from her album “Home Town.”[/threecol_two] [threecol_one_last]CHECK IT OUT [/threecol_one_last]
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