Kim Richey Plus Songs from Tom Petty, Peter Frampton, Jimmy Buffet, Garth Brooks, Brad Paisley and Everclear Now at iVideosongs

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Ten new songs added to growing music instruction catalog.

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Kim Richey is the latest artist featured at iVideosongs (http://www.ivideosongs.com), where the country - folk star shows how to play her hits, A Place Called Home, I Will Follow and Come Around. She also shows how to play, Believe Me Baby I Lied, a song she authored and that was a huge hit for Trisha Yearwood. iVideosongs is the new service that shows aspiring musicians everywhere how to play their favorite songs completely and accurately, with the instruction provided by the original artists who wrote and performed them, and also from expert instructors.

Also new to the catalog and featuring instruction by the expert staff at iVideosongs, are:

  •     Tom Petty's Refugee
  •     Peter Frampton's Baby, I Love Your Way
  •     Jimmy Buffet's Pencil Thin Mustache
  •     Everclear's Wonderful
  •     Brad Praisley's Alcohol
  •     Garth Brooks' Friends In Low Places

Grammy Award winning producer and iVideosongs contributor, Giles Martin, produced Richey's 2007 album release, Chinese Boxes. I Will Follow, from Chinese Boxes, is one of the songs Richey contributed to the iVideosongs catalog. "Kim's got an unerring sense for writing great songs and a following that appreciates her art," said Martin. "Now with iVideosongs, she is bringing fans even closer, showing them how she constructs her songs and how to actually play them."

Martin, the co-producer of The Beatles LOVE CD, is featured in 24 Beatles songs at http://www.ivideosongs.com, including classics Day Tripper, Revolution and Norwegian Wood.

"Kim's music is as accessible as it is beautiful," said Tim Huffman, CEO of iVideosongs. "These great songs are relatively easy to play for even beginner-level guitarists."

iVideosongs has licensed full rights to its songs from BMG Music Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music and also many secondary and tertiary publishers. This allows the company to provide complete and accurate instructional titles, presented exactly as they were originally written and performed. The iVideosongs titles are primarily for electric and acoustic guitarists, but titles for bass, keyboards and drums are also included in the catalog.

iVideosongs offers three kinds of music instruction content. Tutorials designed to improve basic to advanced skills are available free of charge. Complete and accurate songs, instructed by professional music teachers cost $4.99. Complete and accurate songs, taught by the original artists who wrote, performed and/or produced them, cost $9.99.

iVideosongs customers can choose a skill level and genre, and then download the high- def titles to their personal computer, iPod or other device. Each song title is presented in chapter format, so aspiring musicians learn the introduction, verse, chorus, bridge, outro and other elements in bite-size pieces and at their own pace. Each title also includes a master performance so customers can compare their progress against the song, and tablature notation to aid in learning. Titles featuring artists also include an interview segment, where they reveal the inspiration and influences that went into the creation of the song.

iVideosongs launched the beta of its service this past January 29, 2008.

About iVideosongs
iVideosongs is the pioneering music instruction service that enables aspiring musicians of all skills levels to learn how to accurately play complete songs from the original artists who wrote and performed them, and also from legendary side-men and a staff of exceptional instructors. iVideosongs on-demand, high-def video titles live on customers' computers, iPods and other devices, and are accessible to them whenever and wherever they like. Visit http://www.ivideosongs.com to start learning today.

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