Live/Skype Lessons: Casey teaches banjo in Winchester, Virginia. If you're passing through town and want to stop by for a lesson, just shoot her an email. If you want to sign up for regular lessons, either in person or via Skype or FaceTime, you can do that, too. She teaches by ear, no tab or music reading required.

Custom Lessons: If you've been working with The Murphy Method DVDs, you'll already be familiar with Casey's teaching style. Sometimes there's a song that you really want to learn, but it's not on any DVD. Casey can do a lesson for almost any song you're interested in. To order: If the song appears on the list below, you can order right here using the "Add to Cart" button. The request list for NEW lessons is OPEN for this year. It will stay open until I've got twenty songs on my list. I need to approve any requests, so please email me about them (gibsontb11 [at] New lessons are $70 each. (Also available: Guitar practice tracks [click here].)

All The New Lessons for One Low Price: Now offering annual pricing--pay for a year and get two months FREE! I use Patreon to provide an option to get all my new lessons as soon as I record them. All levels also have access to any additional lessons for $10 each year-round. Become a Patron!

Lesson Price: $30. Type Lesson Title In the Box. (Please note: I send all download links by hand--it's not automatic. I can usually get it to you within 24 hours. But if you don't have it within 48 hours please email me!)

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What's already available: Here's a list of the songs that are ready to be burned to disc and sent to you immediately. These are songs that previous students have requested. Abbreviations following the titles refer to the level of the lesson: B=Beginner, I=Intermediate, A=Advanced, RA=Really Advanced. Price is $30 each.

  • Recent Additions
  • Dixie Hoedown* (A) Watch clip.
  • Miss McLeod's Reel (aka Did You Ever See The Devil, Uncle Joe) (A) Watch clip.
  • Rolling Backup in G (I) Watch clip.

* I acknowledge that the titles of these tunes are racist. I've left them here because these are just banjo tunes, with no words associated with them. If I could think of a way to re-title them but still have everyone know what tunes I was refering to, I'd do that. Any ideas or suggestions appreciated.

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