15 new EveryKey Chord Charts

We continue to go through our MultiTracks creating EveryKey Chord Charts for them. The latest batch includes the following songs:

  • Cornerstone (Hillsong)
  • How Deep The Father’s Love For Us
  • One Thing Remains (Bethel)
  • The Great I Am
  • Here For You
  • God Is Able (Hillsong)
  • You Are My King
  • Glory To God Forever
  • Stronger
  • Days of Elijah
  • God of Wonders
  • Sing To The King
  • You Are My All In All
  • Before The Throne of God Above
  • I Will Follow

You’ll find links to each of the chord charts on this page. You get a 20% discount when you buy 10 or more chord charts.

Remember that our chord charts perfectly match the arrangements of the Worship Backing Band MultiTracks – these are often arranged in a more congregational style and key than the original recording. We also ensure that there each chart is just a single page.

Everykey Chord Charts feature:

  • 12 PDF chord charts per song, one for every key (plus a Nashville Numbers chart)
  • Chords marked in an easy-to-follow blue
  • Chords and lyrics arranged under bar beat-counts so they’re easy to follow even if you don’t know the song or can’t read music (you can’t do this with a regular chord chart!)
  • Clearly marked and segmented song sections for easy reading at a glance
  • A suggested song structure (Intro, Verse 1, Chorus, Verse 2, Bridge etc.) The structure precisely mirrors the Worship Backing Band version.
  • Capo fret number guide for G, E, D, C and A shapes (E.g. for a Bb song use capo 1 & chord chart in A, capo 3 & chord chart in G, Capo 6 & chord chart in E etc.)
  • A guitar strumming pattern
  • A web link to easy-to-play guitar chord voicings for all open capo keys (G E D C A)

EveryKey Chord Charts bridge the gap between basic chord charts and complex lead sheets and are great for:

  • Playing a song in ANY key of your choice
  • Following a song if you don’t know how it goes and you can’t read music
  • Any transposing instrument: guitars using capos, Eb alto sax’s, Bb trumpets and clarinets, and keyboard players who don’t touch the black notes!
  • Multiple guitarists using different capo positions