5 Ways To Get From One Song To Another (Without Killing The Flow of...

The worship team ends the song. There’s a smattering of applause from the congregation. The singers are smiling. And then…silence. The band looks at...

Raising Up Sound Techs

“What happens if you’re not here?” Answering this question reveals all you need to know about your ability to replicate yourself as a tech....

That’s Easy for You to Play: Part 2

In part 1 of “That’s Easy For You To Play” I wrote about the importance of using efficient voice leading when connecting the chords...

Stacking the Subs

This morning, just as soon as your feet hit the floor, the pain hit your brain! “I’m sick! I’ll never get to church today....

Better By Sunday with PCO

Worship Musician is dedicated to offering practical advice to leaders and teams so that every week they can make their worship experience better by...

Tips On Tightening Up a Rhythm Section: A Bassist’s Perspective

This article is a definite challenge coming from the musician’s chair that represents a musically “following” position (as opposed to leading one). To better clarify,...

Drumming Tips for Building a Tight Rhythm Section

What is it that makes a “rhythm section” sound tight and groovin’? The first thing that comes to mind is just keeping solid time…...

Harmony 101

Harmony: the beautiful sound of multiple notes being sung (or played) together. There are very few people who don’t enjoy the sound of voices...

Too Many Songs, Not Enough Time?

How am I going to learn all these songs before tomorrow?? We’ve all been there! Whether the set list comes out a week before or...

13 Tips To A Killer Rehearsal This Week

Ever had a worship team rehearsal that was so bad that you couldn’t wait to get home and eat a quart of salted caramel ice cream while binge-watching anything made...

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