News & Reviews: Breaking News

New Course Available! Contemporary Bluegrass Banjo with Wes Corbett

Sponsored By

Sign up now to learn single-string and melodic style banjo, with lessons on fingerboard theory, improvisation, and more.

by Dan Gabel
September 19, 2019

We’re excited to welcome Wes Corbett to our crew of banjo luminaries teaching on Peghead Nation! His course, Contemporary Bluegrass Banjo with Wes Corbett is now available, so you can start learning with Wes now. In this new course for intermediate to advanced players, Wes teaches the style of contemporary three-finger banjo used by Béla Fleck, Noam Pikelny, Ron Block, and others. With lessons on single-string and melodic style, fingerboard theory, improvisation, and more. 

Enroll in Contemporary Bluegrass Banjo now and get your first month FREE (or $20 off an annual subscription)! Use Promo Code WesLand at checkout. 

A banjo player of uncommon grace and facility, Wesley Corbett began classical piano at the age of two. He began playing banjo in high school and has spent the last 17 years studying, touring, and teaching. Wesley has recorded and performed with numerous musicians, including Joy Kills Sorrow, the Bee Eaters, the Biscuit Burners, the David Grisman Quintet, Molly Tuttle, Sierra Hull, Sarah Jarosz, Yonder Mountain Stringband, Chris Eldridge, Mike Marshall, Darol Anger, Robert Earl Keen, Crooked Still, Bruce Molsky, Tony Trischka, Alan Munde, and many others. Wesley was professor and grant manager in the banjo program at Berklee College of Music between 2011 and 2015, and he toured internationally with the critically acclaimed acoustic string band Joy Kills Sorrow, which was featured on NPR's A Prairie Home Companion and Mountain Stage, and included Peghead Nation’s new bass instructor Zoe Guigueno. After a few years with the Molly Tuttle Band, he now makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee, where he is working on his first solo album and performing in a duo with hammer dulcimer virtuoso Simon Chrisman.

Take a free sample lesson with Wes, then enroll in his course!


Tags: Banjo
Category: News & Reviews

Comments and Discussion

Leave a Reply

Captcha Code

Click the image to see another captcha.


Article Thumbnail
Oct 27, 2020
The mandolin master plays a great version of the Jerome Kern classic with his trio, live at the Marshall Mandolin Summit.

Start Learning Today

One Course: $20/month or $200/year
Two Courses: $30/month or $300/year
Access to All Courses: $100/month

Peghead Nation’s String School is your source for roots music instruction, bringing you full courses in guitar, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, fiddle, and Dobro, featuring talented instructors, high-quality video instruction, accurate notation and tab, and fun songs to play right from the beginning. Enroll and become a Peghead today!