King Of The Road – Roger Miller – Acoustic Guitar Lesson (easy)

As requested – an acoustic guitar lesson of my interpretation of the classic Roger Miller song – King Of The Road. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man’s official website: where you can also find a song sheet for this video 🙂 Please support my video creation by clicking here: 🙂


  1. Aula de Guitarra

    alan robinson,,, the best guitar lessons ,,,,

  2. Loved the capo key change. Worthy of Tommy Emmanuel!

  3. Sempre muito bom esse cara, além de ser didático…

  4. very very nice rendition

  5. I love your voice so much for this song.

  6. Love your videos. Been practicing for about a year and a half and find your videos the best way to learn. Still cant bar chords though. Keep up the good work, cheers.

  7. Vincent Wilson

    Hi, m8. U can make a tutorial "Toto – Africa"?

  8. Can you do Here comes the sun?

  9. Your videos are the best guitar tutorials i've ever watched. Is there any chance you can do a "Sweet Baby James" by James Taylor? The other ones on Youtube are all no good. Thanks!

  10. tres belle chanson connais tu JOHNNY HALLYDAY MERCI DE REPONDRE very best song guitar

  11. Awesome Alan, love this song and singing along with you.

  12. Mirielen Arantes

    Hi, could you teach how to play Holly Cole's songs?

  13. I love it! Scrolling through comments, I've seen others request "folsom prison blues", and would LOVE to see that done by you. I have been learning guitar for 2 months now and I always come to this channel to try new stuff!

  14. You're so talented 🙂

  15. Just Perfect !

  16. I always thought Randy Travis did a wonderful job, until this video and your amazing voice took center stage! I now have a new favorite cover of this song, and a perfect job as always Alan! 🙂

  17. Curious George

    Thanks buddy, another one nicely done.

  18. Best vocal you've ever done..

  19. can you do Johnny Cash folsom prison blues or ed sheeran castle on the hill please

  20. Wave Internet Solutions

    Can you do some Steely Dan and Doobie Brothers songs?

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