Today we are taking a look at what it means to be a working keyboard player and the difficulties they face including an ever expanding list of necessary gear and knowledge to reproduce recorded music in a live setting. Take a look as Corey Bernhard breaks it down.

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Words & Media by Eric Sandler


3 Replies to "Revivalist Clinic: Corey Bernhard on Keys"
March 15, 2011 at 6:28 pm

Corey is the truth. Always prepared, diverse in genre, a team player, and an educated gentlemen of gospel, pop, R&B, soul and jazz. I’ve worked with him about 10 gigs now and have enjoyed each and every time we’ve graced the stage. I wish him the best, and his band 6figures is ammmmmmmmmmmaaaaaaaaaaazzzing and blaaaaaazing!

March 15, 2011 at 9:36 pm

Corey is a wonderful piano player. He’s got alot of colors in his musical palette, from soul, pop, jazz, gospel and genres in between. He’s also a joy to work with. And what’s not to love about his quiet riot vibe. In a word, he’s dope.

Les Cleveland says:
March 16, 2011 at 4:19 am

Yes, I agree with Abby and Gordon. I have had Corey on many gigs with me backing up artist including Abby and Gordon. Corey is definatley the next generation. He has a very smooth and subtle approach to his playing. He is an acceptional musician! Yes, keep your ears out for 6figures. They are all my brothers and I’ve seen it first from the beginning, THEY NOT MESSING AROUND. Stay Tuned……. 🙂

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