Brawlin’ with the bubble boy

by | Nov 29, 2017 | Articles, General Updates |

I love Seinfeld – and the title of this email reminds me of one of my favorite Seinfeld episodes, the “Bubble Boy” episode – where George Costanza has an ill-fated Trivial Pursuit match with the afore-mentioned boy in a bubble, and an argument takes a dramatic turn for the worse…

What made me think of this episode?

Because I’ve been working on a new set of lessons lately, on a jazz standard that has a name that kind of rhymes with “Brawlin’ with the Bubble Boy”.

Before you read on, guess which on it is…


That’s right:

Stompin’ At The Savoy!

Why this tune?

Well, I was greatly inspired by this rip-roaring version by none other than the great Joe Pass:

The best part?

My new lesson series will show you the exact steps to putting together a “Joe Pass-ey” sounding version, complete with chord melody, tasty comping, and plenty of cool single line soloing concepts inspired by the Passalaqua himself.

“How do I get this incredible lesson series?” I hear you ask.

Simple, my apprentice. Jump on board my monthly jazz standard Club and get access to the lessons when they come out in a few days (just sending the videos to my editor now):

Greg O’Rourke,

Founder, Fret Dojo

World Leader in Online Jazz Guitar Education


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