The Sesame Street TV Theme Song Cover

Sesame Street Theme Song

Here’s a great guitar rendition of the famous Sesame Street TV Theme Song! Take a look back on your child’s or your own childhood! This tune will surely bring back fond memories. Big Bird, Elmo, Cookie Monster, The Count, Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the gang are TV character favorites for me!

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Eric Blackmon plays multiple musical instruments and teaches music on those instruments daily at EEMusic Music Creation Learning Center in Greenville South Carolina. Eric Blackmon is a YouTube content Creator who posts lessons on these instruments weekly on several YouTube channels including EricBlackmonGuitar which now has over 414,000 subscribers.

Posted on August 22, 2014, in financial support, Guitar lessons, music, My Guitar, simple guitar chords, Support, tutorials, Uncategorized, YouTube and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Hi Eric thanks for all the YouTube tutorials! Wondered if you had any videos or tutorials on using 7th chords in r&b/pop similar to treasure by bruno mars..I don’t get why some progressions work in that style and am trying to write some funky riffs..lots of these types of progressions don’t seem to make any theoretical sense (however I’m no theory guru yet either). Po folks by nappy roots also comes to mind. And all mixed up by 311.. thanks for any advice!


  2. Thank you sir!


  3. Reblogged this on ericblackmonmusic and commented:

    Sesame Street!


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