Sunny Days

The "Sunny Days" gold album was released by Canadian band, Lighthouse, in 1972, and the single "Sunny Days" became the band's second Top 5 Canadian hit single and second to go platinum. It was also a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #34 on December 9, 1972.

Sunny Days


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YOU CAN PLAY ALONG WITH THE VIDEO! A good exercise in the Bb shape working up and down the neck. Have fun! I've shown the instrumental intro with a count and arrows, to give you an idea of how the song works but of course, you don't have to strictly adhere to it. Just feel the rhythm of the song as you play along!

Lighthouse is a Canadian rock band formed in 1968 in Toronto, Ontario, whose repertoire included elements of rock music, jazz, classical music, and swing and featured horns, string instruments, and vibraphone. They won Juno Awards for Best Canadian Group of the Year in 1972, 1973, and 1974. Lighthouse made its performing debut on May 14, 1969, at The Rock Pile in Toronto, introduced by Duke Ellington with the words, "I'm beginning to see the". The band originally consisted of 13 members, several from the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. One of the first Lighthouse concerts was at Carnegie Hall, and in its first year the band also played at Fillmore East, Fillmore West, Toronto, Boston, the Atlantic City Pop Festival, and the Monterey and Newport Jazz Festivals. A free concert at Toronto City Hall in the summer of 1969 drew a reported crowd of 25,000.

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