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St Elmo’s FireNolanGTR: Gene DRUMS: Gabe TAM: John
Yellow SubmarineJohnGTR: Gene DRUMS: Nolan TAM: Gabe
Beat ItAmGeneGTR: Gene KEYS: John, Nolan DRUMS: Gabe
ThunderLeoGabeGTR: Gene DRUMS: Nolan TAM: John

Song NamesGabeJonathanNolan
St Elmos FireMemorize the lyrics by singing along with recording of the song
Yellow SubmarineMemorize the lyrics by singing along with recording of the song

BelieverAmLeoGTR: Gene KEYS: Jonathan, Oliver, Royal DRUMS: Gabe
Dancing with a StrangerJonathan, NolanGTR: Quinton DRUMS: Gabe
DemonsCJonathanGTR: Gene KEYS: Gabe DRUMS: Nolan
Louie LouieJohnGTR: Gabe, Quinton KEYS: Nolan DRUMS: Doug
Old Town RoadAGabeGTR: Quinton BASS: Nolan DRUMS: John M
RadioactiveAmNolanGTR: Quinton KEYS: John M DRUMS: Gabe
Sweet Home AlabamaOliverGTR: Gene KEYS: Gabe, Royal DRUMS: Leo

  • Ultimate Guitar Tabs – Great source (for almost any instrument) to find chord/lyrics and tabs to millions of songs and the basic version is free! I really like the transpose feature and the ability to take song requests from people immediately with internet connection for songs I don’t have memorized. I recommend downloading the app for either your phones/ipads/tablets.
  • Transpose Pitch, Speed and Loop for Youtube – It’s a free extension (pro versions is $4) available for the Google Chrome browser (works on all computers) that allows you to basically do what it says in the title. Extremely useful for learning/practicing songs when the band is performing them in a different key from the original song and to slow down challenging parts of a song etc…
  • Amazing Slowdowner – basically does the same as the Google Chrome extension above but it works on iPhones/Androids in conjunction with Spotify and Apple Music playlists. It’s $10-$15. 
  • If you have an iPad, forScore is a great app to help manage your music! I really like it for the ability to quickly air drop set lists and the page linking ability is awesome etc…It costs $15.
  • If you have a tablet (not ipad), MobileSheets appears to be great app to manage your sheet music similar to forScore.