dateFriday 22 Sep 2017

How to Play Englishman in New York by Sting – Guitar Lesson

This is a song written by Sting about the famous eccentric and gay icon Quentin Crisp released in 1988. It received moderate success on both UK and US charts but had better reception and success in continental Europe and other countries like South Africa. The musicians for the recording are quite an impressive line up with Branford Marsalis playing the soprano saxophone, Manu Katché on drums, and the percussion by Mino Cinelu.

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Erich Andreas has been playing and teaching guitar for nearly 30 years. He has taught 100s of students for 1000s of hours, has authored several books on the subject, has over 40,000,000 video views on his collective YouTube channels and is passionate about creating guitar ninjas all over the world. His philosophy is, if you have the right instruction and do the practice there is NOTHING that you cannot accomplish!