Nickelback: Here And Now Authentic Guitar Tab Songbook Released

Alfred Music Publishing releases Nickelback: Here and Now, the album-matching songbook, written for guitar in TAB and music notation, including chord symbols.

Nickelback: Here And Now Authentic Guitar Tab Songbook Released
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Alfred Music Publishing, the official print music publisher of thousands of popular artists, songwriters, and composers, releases Nickelback: Here and Now, the album-matching songbook, written for guitar in TAB and music notation, including chord symbols. Nickelback: Here and Now is the perfect collectible for guitarists of all levels who are fans of the chart-topping rock band. Diligently arranged songs from the Canadian band's seventh studio albumwhich peaked at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 10 Canadian, Top Rock, and Top Hard Rock album chartsincludes the hit singles "Bottoms Up" and "When We Stand Together," as well as the recently released singles "This Means War," and "Lullaby." Each arrangement includes song lyrics. In addition, the songbook contains a useful guitar TAB glossary for reference. As part of Alfred's ongoing commitment to improving the environment, the songbook is printed on 100% recycled paper. Being one of the most commercially successful hard rock bands of this millennium, Nickelback continues to release music that is both popular on the charts and personally relevant to many listeners. The band touts over 50 million albums sold worldwide and seventeen Top 10 hits. Nickelback is currently on tour promoting their latest album Here and Now, a follow up to their 2008 Platinum-selling album, Dark Horse. They have been nominated this year for four Juno Awards, Canada's prestigious music awards, to be held Sunday, April 1st at Scotiabank Place, broadcasted live by CTV. Nickelback: Here and Now (00-39110) is now available for $19.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com/guitar. Titles:
  • This Means War
  • Bottoms Up
  • When We Stand Together
  • Midnight Queen
  • Gotta Get Me Some
  • Lullaby
  • Kiss It Goodbye
  • Trying Not To Love You
  • Holding Onto Heaven
  • Everything I Wanna Do
  • Don't Ever Let It End
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      metallicaftwlp
      I can't wait to pick this up and shred like no tomorrow! yea boiiiii nickelbak 4 lyf
      nailsarecruel
      MR.LZZYHALE wrote: AcdcTXfan wrote: MR.LZZYHALE wrote: do any headbangers/metal heads give a danm bout nickelback any more Well they sold more copies of their new album in the first week than Van Halen did. Make what you want out of that... thats like comparing bruno mars to metallica ones gay and ones heavyish
      Since when is Bruno Mars heavy?
      getts182
      Fun fact: If you take the last Nickelback album and slide all the chords down two frets, you've got the "Here and Now" tabs.
      Maiden95
      MR.LZZYHALE wrote: do any headbangers/metal heads give a danm bout nickelback any more
      Did they ever?
      ryan21947
      AcdcTXfan wrote: MR.LZZYHALE wrote: do any headbangers/metal heads give a danm bout nickelback any more Well they sold more copies of their new album in the first week than Van Halen did. Make what you want out of that...
      Since when have album sales ever really meant anything?
      metallica-#1
      I hear the book only has the tabs for the first song, and every other page just says " :|| "
      BigMikeBDD
      I never liked Nickelback. But honestly, it's become such a hipster thing to hate on them, I'm actually considering starting to listen to them out of spite.
      jakka93
      Be honest you all know the lyrics to at least one nickelback song.
      AcdcTXfan
      MR.LZZYHALE wrote: do any headbangers/metal heads give a danm bout nickelback any more
      Well they sold more copies of their new album in the first week than Van Halen did. Make what you want out of that...
      SGofawesome
      metallica-#1 wrote: BigMikeBDD wrote: I never liked Nickelback. But honestly, it's become such a hipster thing to hate on them, I'm actually considering starting to listen to them out of spite. Wouldn't that be the hipster thing to do? To like a band just because everyone else hates them?
      You kind of missed his point, buddy.
      MR.LZZYHALE
      nailsarecruel wrote: MR.LZZYHALE wrote: AcdcTXfan wrote: MR.LZZYHALE wrote: do any headbangers/metal heads give a danm bout nickelback any more Well they sold more copies of their new album in the first week than Van Halen did. Make what you want out of that... thats like comparing bruno mars to metallica ones gay and ones heavyish Since when is Bruno Mars heavy?
      love metallica but holy **** thats funny
      Hetfield47
      im not a big fan but they have done some cool shit. Most songs are cheesy but chad and the band have proved they can put out a bad ass metal album if they wanted too but thats not their style.
      WholeLottaIzzy
      Seriously, any guitarist worth their salt should be able to figure out nearly every Nickelback song by ear without too much trouble...
      Meta1H3ad
      BigMikeBDD wrote: I never liked Nickelback. But honestly, it's become such a hipster thing to hate on them, I'm actually considering starting to listen to them out of spite.
      Dude, i've always hated Nickelback because I dislike their music, so that makes me a hipster now? care to label more?
      Oh_Nutz
      hating nickelback is just everyone following the flock - if one person hates them, it becomes "cool" to hate them.
      metallica-#1
      BigMikeBDD wrote: I never liked Nickelback. But honestly, it's become such a hipster thing to hate on them, I'm actually considering starting to listen to them out of spite.
      Wouldn't that be the hipster thing to do? To like a band just because everyone else hates them?
      hadlow94
      SGofawesome wrote: metallica-#1 wrote: BigMikeBDD wrote: I never liked Nickelback. But honestly, it's become such a hipster thing to hate on them, I'm actually considering starting to listen to them out of spite. Wouldn't that be the hipster thing to do? To like a band just because everyone else hates them?You kind of missed his point, buddy.
      So you have to be mainstream and following the flock or a hipster?