For playing in T.Bone Walker (or generally uptown) style we will employ 9th chord voicings. A 9th chord is an extension (adding the 9th of the appropriate scale) of a dominant 7th chord. Im not going into theory here - there is enough material around here that addresses the topic of chord construction, but if you have any specific questions, please feel free to post them in the Q & A thread. Id rather give you the fingerings to play them. Lets move to the key of G. Heres our tonic chord, G9: (actually this would be called a G9/B - G9 over B = means a G chord with a B (3rd) in the bass) The IV chord C9: The V chord D9: In the attachment you will find a tab in typical T.Bone Walker chord comping style. Its not a note for note transcription of Stormy Monday, rather a generic accompaniment in this style with the fundamental elements youll find in T.Bones playing incorporated. Notice the opening chords: D 7 and D# 7 and the cool arpeggiated D aug.