About Steve Flack

Steve Flack is a qualified, highly experienced guitar teacher, passionate musician. Director of the Liverpool Academy of Music, and Founder of the Steve Flack Guitar Academy. For over three decades, Steve has helped aspiring musicians reach their full potential using the world-renowned Trinity College London system. His students boast some of the highest success rates in the world.

Steve Flack’s Original Arrangement – Diamonds And Pearls (Prince)

Happy Days With Aussie Bassist Ron Martin I've been fortunate in my life to have met some great and interesting musicians. The bass player Ron Martin was one such impressive musician that I had the pleasure of knowing. Ron had played with Johnny O'Keefe, Frank Ifield and a range of amazing and interesting international acts [...]

Steve Flack’s – No Woman No Cry (Bob Marley) Original Arrangement.

Bob Marley Biography "Catch A Fire" - A Great Read! I recently read Bob Marley's biography "Catch A Fire" by Tim White which was great, I thoroughly enjoyed it! There are those that consider it to be the best music bio ever written - It has that reputation. I don't know if it's the best [...]

Album – Guitar Heroes III: Little Wings (J.Hendrix)

Stories From The Road I started to film and produce interviews with the great guitar players that played in, and contributed to my Guitar Heroes show because I wanted to know what it takes to make a great musician. With each interview I'd conduct I discovered that there was something unique, curious or extraordinary about [...]

Steve Flack’s Original Arrangment: The Eric Clapton Medley.

"Clapton said he'd never met an Australian before and after meeting this house full of Aussies, he thought all Australian's must be really smart!"Steve flack Playing In Remembrance Of Martin Sharp And The 7 Degrees Of Eric Clapton. It was a Monday night in 2013, I was teaching at my music academy at Liverpool when [...]

Guitar Heroes: Live @ The Basement “Statesboro Blues”

The Birth Of Guitar Heroes And My Dream Of "The Australian Guitar Players Hall Of Fame" Recently we were looking through some of the old live footage from the "Guitar Heroes" shows that we'd filmed and we all agreed that people should be able to see it. So what was the "Guitar Heroes" about? I'd [...]

Gigue – JS Bach (Lute Suite BWV 996)

This Is Why Bach Is One Of The Most Difficult and Challenging Pieces To Play. My students often ask me what's the hardest thing I've personally played. I've certainly played some difficult music in my time but this "Gigue" from Bach's 1st Lute Suite, for me, is at least as challenging as anything that I've [...]

(Have You Ever Been To) Electric Ladyland)

The Drive And Ambition of Tommy Emmanuel and The Famous Meeting of Jimi Hendrix And Steve Cropper. I've read several biographies and books on Jimi Hendrix. They contain so many great stories and anecdotes that give us insight into a great musical mind. These stories and anecdotes illustrate what made Hendrix one of the most [...]

Studio Album: Guitar Heroes III – Steve’s Hendrix Arrangement: Voodoo Chile.

What We Can Learn From the Giants of Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis And Coltrane. I really admired Miles Davis. I had a big collection of his recordings and of course I equally revered John Coltrane the great sax player who was Miles Davis's featured soloist - I followed Coltrane's solo career as keenly. In fact, [...]

Steve Flack Interview: The Brewster Brothers (The Angels) Pt 2 of 2

Vanda & Young – The Musical Masterminds Of The Music Industry and Memories from The Old Stomping Grounds, Villawood, Back In The Day. Jon English told me that he was at Villawood at the same time and that he would jam with Harry & George with Angus riding around on his big wheeler and they’d say to Angus “hey look out kid, we’re trying to play guitarSteve Flack I’ve always been fascinated by what goes into making a great recording… […]

Steve Flack Interview: The Brewster Brothers (The Angels) Pt 1 of 2

From Carlos Santana to Pink Floyd – Was Clive Davis The “Angel” Of The Music Industry? […]