Hi and welcome to our selection of Blues Piano Sheet Music. This is a not for profit website for blues piano fans. I don’t do the transcriptions myself, they are professionally done by people with a much better ear than me. All donations are used to add more awesome blues piano transcriptions in the future and keep this website running. Producing these transcriptions is very time consuming and they cost between $300 and $1,000 each, depending on length and difficulty. I started this website as a way we can all share the cost to have sheet music never before available. So please donate to help this collection grow, in return we’ll send you one of our very rare Blues Piano Sheets and together we’ll be “Keeping The Blues Alive”


IMPORTANT!  You can download your sheet music instantly in a printable PDF file.

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LATEST NEW additions:

Dave Brubeck “Audrey”

Dave Brubeck “Thank You”

Ray Charles “Black Coffee”

Marcia Ball “Red Beans”

James Booker “King Of The Road”

James Booker “O Holy Night”

Jay McShann “Stompin’ in K.C.”

Pinetop Perkins “How Long Blues”

Nico Brina “Steam Roller Boogie”

Kenny Barron “Misty”

Albert Ammons “Sixth Avenue Express”

R.I.P. Vince Weber 26 Oct 1953 – 23 Feb 2020

In the 1970’s Vince became a Boogie Woogie Rock Star and ignited a resurgence in Blues & Boogie that continues now decades later. In his honor I’m giving away a transcription of “Speed Freak” so you all can help keep his music alive.

Download Here: Speed Freak

Dr John – New Orleans Blues Legend R.I.P.

20 Nov 1941 – 6 June 2019

In His Honor FREE

“When the Saints Go Marching In”


Click on each photo for a sample of the transcription and to listen to a recording.