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For many years Ernie Hawkins has been playing concerts, clubs, festivals, colleges and museums in the United States, Canada, Europe and Japan. He has played with blues greats such as Son House, Mance Lipscomb, Fred McDowell, Jim Brewer and Rev. Gary Davis. He was born in Pittsburgh in 1947. He first learned country guitar, mandolin, banjo and bones from a man named Pete who worked on his uncle's farm. Pete had played with the Lilly Brothers and had rambled around the country, taking a 30-year detour down whiskey lane that landed him in a cabin on the farm as property caretaker and a primary musical mentor to Ernie.

Ernie was already playing blues as a teenager when he heard a man passing through town play Rev. Gary Davis' Let Us Get Together. He was hooked then and forever on country blues and ragtime guitar players like Davis, Blind Willie McTell, Blind Blake, Willie Johnson, Skip James, John Hurt and Leadbelly. After high school, Ernie moved to New York City with only one purpose: to study with Rev. Davis. A few years latter he moved back home and enrolled in the University of Pittsburgh and earned a degree in philosophy. During this time, he played with Niles Jones, a blues player living in the city who was "rediscovered" in the 1990's as Guitar Gabriel. Ernie's next move was to Dallas, Texas for graduate school and earned a doctorate in phenomenological psychology. There he learned the music of Texas blues players such as Blind Lemon Jefferson, Funny Papa Smith, Henry Thomas and Lightnin' Hopkins.

In the early 1980's, Ernie recorded his first solo album of Ragtime guitar, Ragtime Signatures. His second CD, Blues Advice, was dedicated to the memory of his teacher, Rev. Davis, on the occasion of the centennial of his birth. The CD includes three rare songs taught to Hawkins by Davis: Penitentiary Blues, Florida Blues and Will There be Stars In My Crown. The CDs Bluesified, Mean Little Poodle and Rags & Bones followed.

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Blues Guitar of Rev. Gary Davis
In this double DVD lesson, Ernie Hawkins teaches in detail nine of Rev. Gary Davis's best known blues arrangements.
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Ernie Hawkins Teaches Fingerpicking Arrangements of Four Pop Standards
Guitar ace Ernie Hawkins has made arrangements of four classic pop songs that are perfect for the alternate-thumb fingerpicking method known as Piedmont Style.
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Guitar Artistry of Ernie Hawkins on DVD Blues & Ragtime Guitar
In this DVD Ernie talks about his influences and performs a wide range of blues, ragtime and gospel tunes.
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Guitar of Blind Willie Mctell

Ernie Hawkins provides an in-depth examination of the guitar style of one of the most distinctive Blues originals, Blind Willie McTell.

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Guitar System Made Easy, DVDs 1, 2 & 3
All three DVDs together in one value-priced collection.
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Novelty Instrumentals of Rev. Gary Davis
In this lesson Ernie Hawkins teaches three Rev. Davis arrangements that will challenge your fingers. Rev. Gary Davis's tour de force in concert was his "Soldiers March." This is a multi-part instrumental played in the Key of F and C and is a showcase in demonstrating the genius of Rev. Davis's playing and arranging skills. Few country blues guitarists played in the Key of F but Rev. Davis explored this key with religious as well as old pop standards.
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Rags And Minstrel Show Songs Of Rev. Gary Davis
Rev. Gary Davis had an enormous repertoire that spanned from gospel to blues, rags to fok tunes and old minstrel show songs. In this double DVD lesson Ernie Hawkins presents some of Rev. Davis's most requested rags and minstrel tunes. These vary from Sally Where'd You Get Your Liquor From to the complex dance rhythms of Buck Dance and Twelve Sticks to Devil's Dream, an instrumental played in the Key of F. These are arrangements that will challenge any Guitarists.
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The C-A-G-E-D Guitar System Made Easy - DVD 1
Five Chord Shapes for Mastering the Fingerboard.
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The C-A-G-E-D Guitar System Made Easy - DVD 1&2
DVD 1 and 2 combined.
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The C-A-G-E-D Guitar System Made Easy - DVD 2
Playing Chords and Licks in Every Key and Position.
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The C-A-G-E-D Guitar System Made Easy - DVD3
DVD Three - The Next Step: Exploring Blues and Ragtime Progressions.
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The Gospel Guitar of Rev. Gary Davis
Rev. Gary Davis was a musical genius. His music and guitar playing spanned a century of different techniques, styles and ideas and touched on so many musical formats, such as blues, ragtime, folk, gospel, marching songs and tin pan alley hits.
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The Guitar of Lightnin' Hopkins
This video presents a wonderful opportunity to go to the source of Texas blues and learn from the master who inspired generations of guitar heroes.
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The Guitar of Mance Lipscomb, Volume One
The genius country bluesman/songster Mance Lipscomb was the most accomplished of the Texas "dead thumb" guitarists.
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The Guitar of Mance Lipscomb, Volume Two
In this second DVD lesson, Ernie Hawkins continues his study of Mance Lipscomb!s guitar style and techniques.
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The Ragtime Guitar of Rev. Gary Davis
Rev. Gary Davis was an incredible ragtime guitar player. His arrangements illustrate what has become known as the Piedmont guitar style.
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