I'm a new inductee into the Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame.  Glad to be a part of the club.

I'm a new inductee into the Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame. Glad to be a part of the club.

It looks like I made the big time. I guess I should put a down payment on a tour bus. Thanks, DJ Mike Gross http://www.swinginwest.com/shows/show_092814.html


Check out this cool link to the St. Louis Steel Guitar Convention: http://www.hectv.org/video/3648/thou-shalt-steel/
I am featured on the radio show, Swingin' West," hosted by Mike Gross. Check out the podcast.
I'm on the cover of the new Pedal Steel Guitar Association's Newsletter!  It's a long running magazine devoted to all things steel guitar.  Lots of good reviews and information there: http://www.psga.org/     https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=629729887119612&set=a.118318464927426.23748.100002478189077&type=1
 Bob Case and I did a radio interview to help promote the Denver Steel Guitar Show on 6/22.  Here's a link: http://www.afterfm.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/shows.detail/showID/40/showName/Honky%20Tonk%20Heroes


Chuck Lettes' Pedal Steel Guitar Seminar

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 I’ve divided my two hour E9th seminar into three parts:

 Part 1: Intros/turnarounds

 Every steel player should have a few intros available to kick off different tunes. They can also do double duty as turnarounds.  I’ll demonstrate some of my favorites.

 Part 2 Sears and Roebuck (Generic) fills and licks.

 Like the section on intros, these fills/licks work with many different tunes and can spark your own creativity. I also will illustrate some open string effects that I enjoy.

 Part 3 The Old Switcheroo-E9th to C6th

 Creating C6th sounds on E9th is easier than lugging around the second neck. I’ll demonstrate some ways to create these sounds.


When - Saturday, Aug 28, 2021, 1 – 3 pm

Where - Dougie G’s Lounge

             10217 Quivas St.

 Thornton, CO 80260


Bring your steel and some headphones.  I’ll provide mp3s of the rhythm tracks and some steel tablature of the exercises that I will illustrate. Please contact me to reserve a spot.


Cost for the 2 hour Seminar: $40, with $5 going back to the Denver Steel Guitar Club