Songbook: Every Morning by Keb’ Mo’


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Welcome to this Songbook tutorial for the wonderful tune, Every Morning by Keb’ Mo’.

Keb’ Mo’

This song is the lead-off track from Keb’s 1994 self-titled album and it perfectly sets the tone for what’s to come. The original recording features Keb and a guitar.

That’s it.

This stripped-down arrangement is perfect for the aspiring, intermediate-level acoustic Blues guitarist to learn. After tuning to Open E Vestapol and getting your capo in place, you’ll be ready to dive in and start getting this amazing track under your fingers.


The performance video is synced with the SoundSlice video player so you can slow down and loop certain parts of the track.

Normally with BGI courses, you’ll see the tab onscreen as well. However, this tab is not licensed for use by BGI and will not be presented.


Guitar Tab and sheet music for this Songbook lesson are available for purchase outside of BGI. Here are a few resources for tablature for this song:

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