Watch the Stormin' online guitar lesson by Andrew Ford from Blues Bass Survival Guide
We have two choruses in this example, the first is pretty normal but ends in bar 12 with a push, or kick on the and of beat 3 which sets up the breaks. These breaks are often randomly cued by the singer or lead instrument which is another reason you must stay on your toes when playing the blues, to catch any sudden cues or hear any changes in form or chord choices. After the breaks in bars 1, 2, and 3 there is a traditional walk up that is normally set up by the drums. After that the song continues its normal form.