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What IF? Challenge

$297.00 $97.00

Receive 16 short weekly videos challenging you to answer a unique What IF? Question every week.

2020 Price: $997 | 2019 Price: $297

Pre-Launch Price: $97

What IF…? The Book

$19.97

This is the content to Mike’s award-winning “What If…?” keynote presentation, with Foreword by Jack Canfield (“Chicken Soup For The Soul,” writer of “The Secret).

You’ll learn…

  • The MOST powerful motivational force on this planet (hint: it’s not power, money, or fame)
  • Three simple, powerful ways to access your gold mine of unrealized potential and become a possibility thinker.
  • How to set goals which propel you to unimagined success.
  • The power of your sense of purpose and how to harness it of exponential change.
  • The most basic human brain function and how to use it to for positive change.
  • How to stop majoring in minor things.
  • That managing change is not only stupid, it’s dangerous; the only way to manage change is tocreate change.
  • A 10-minute exercise that will show you how to become a virtuoso… a master of the things that matter.

”What If Keynote Experience” – DVD

$27.97

What If Keynote Experience: In 'The What If Keynote Experience’ Rayburn teaches real tools for innovation and performance, but he teaches with wild guitar and comedy (rather than PowerPoint) so it’s a lot of fun!

Classically Trained, Comically Derailed: Mike’s critically acclaimed odyssey of masterful guitar, clean, wonderfully-warped comedy, and musical combinations God never intended.

A Nerd Like Me – CD

$19.97

Parody CD by Mike Rayburn

A Nerd Like Me” is a CD of 9 parodies and a bonus track*. The title track is a (mis?)treatment of Taylor Swift's “You Belong With Me.” Other tracks include the jazzy, “My  Favorite Things: NOT!” from Sound of Music about the little things that just bug you.

At Mike's satirical hand, The Clash's “Rockin' The Casbah” becomes a diatribe about every bad guitar gig Mike's done (and there have been many), called “Rockin' The Snack Bar.

Also included is an indictment of Bruno Mars' whiny, “Grenade,” Tai Cruz' “Dynamite” becomes a fun, family romp called “Hamster Bite,” Justin Bieber's “Baby” is now an itch-fest called “Scabies,” (yeah, Mike actually raps) and if you remember Mike from the 90's, he included his “Male Response To Alanis Morissette.” There is one live recording, Mike's  instrumental parody (huh? yeah) of Dueling Banjos called “Dueling Banj-arabia.”

Bonus Track… It's Mike's solo guitar version of Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody.” This piece regularly gets standing ovations in the middle of Mike's presentations.

A Nerd Like Me – Digital

$19.97

Parody Album by Mike Rayburn

Access streaming digital delivery and downloadable MP3s when purchasing this product.

A Nerd Like Me” is an album of 9 parodies and a bonus track*. The title track is a (mis?)treatment of Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me.” Other tracks include the jazzy, “My  Favorite Things: NOT!” from Sound of Music about the little things that just bug you.

At Mike’s satirical hand, The Clash’s “Rockin’ The Casbah” becomes a diatribe about every bad guitar gig Mike’s done (and there have been many), called “Rockin’ The Snack Bar.

Also included is an indictment of Bruno Mars’ whiny, “Grenade,” Tai Cruz’ “Dynamite” becomes a fun, family romp called “Hamster Bite,” Justin Bieber’s “Baby” is now an itch-fest called “Scabies,” (yeah, Mike actually raps) and if you remember Mike from the 90’s, he included his “Male Response To Alanis Morissette.” There is one live recording, Mike’s  instrumental parody (huh? yeah) of Dueling Banjos called “Dueling Banj-arabia.”

Bonus Track… It’s Mike’s solo guitar version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” This piece regularly gets standing ovations in the middle of Mike’s presentations.

Fidgety Digits – CD

$19.97

Up-tempo, experimental, finger-style solo acoustic guitar, featuring some of Mike’s long-time favorites – Quicksilver, Bele Chere, Hot Lizard, and the studio version of Hang The Jury.

Fidgety Digits – Digital

$19.97

Up-tempo, experimental, finger-style solo acoustic guitar, featuring some of Mike’s long-time favorites – Quicksilver, Bele Chere, Hot Lizard, and the studio version of Hang The Jury.

Mike Rayburn at Carnegie Hall – CD

$19.97

One unforgettable night with Mike at Carnegie Hall! This is Mike is at his comedic and musical best. Includes Led Zeppelin sings Dr. Seuss; Dan Fogelberg sings AC/DC (and reverse); Quicksilver, Tattoo, Scarlet O’Hara, Hang The Jury, Devil Went Down To Georgia, Bad Luck, and many more. Over 1 hour!

Mike Rayburn at Carnegie Hall – Digital

$19.97

One unforgettable night with Mike at Carnegie Hall! This is Mike is at his comedic and musical best. Includes Led Zeppelin sings Dr. Seuss; Dan Fogelberg sings AC/DC (and reverse); Quicksilver, Tattoo, Scarlet O’Hara, Hang The Jury, Devil Went Down To Georgia, Bad Luck, and many more. Over 1 hour!

Romantical – CD

$19.97

Beautiful, soft instrumental guitar, both classical and Rayburn originals. Includes “Pachelbel’s Canon,” 3 Bach pieces, the Cabo San Lucas inspired “Dos Mares,” and Robin Crow co-write, “Hope and Fear.”

Romantical – Digital

$19.97

Beautiful, soft instrumental guitar, both classical and Rayburn originals. Includes “Pachelbel’s Canon,” 3 Bach pieces, the Cabo San Lucas inspired “Dos Mares,” and Robin Crow co-write, “Hope and Fear.”

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The Classics – Digital

$45.00 $15.00

You get Mike’s first 3 CDs, studio recordings of Mike and his band doing his acoustic rock/folk/rural songs. Lots of great acoustic and electric guitar work, infectious vibes, strong songs.

Eleven

Mike’s first big CD! Recorded with all-star studio players Jerry Douglas, Ray Flacke, Paul Franklin (Dire Straits), David Hungate (Toto, Boz Scaggs), Larrie Londin (Journey, Elvis, Beach Boys), and a host of others.

Features “Scarlet O’hara,” “One Bad Decision,” “Sunshine,” and “Country Cool” (the song that got Mike his Sony publishing deal).

Better Days

Rootsy, raw, acoustic ROCK; Produced by Dave Perkins. Great electric and acoustic guitar work on energetic, relationship reckoning, celebratory and soul-searching songs.

Features the sweet, Willy Porter co-write, “Watercolor,” the haunting “Black Horses” (the skillfully worded child-like dream of a sex-abused sister), “Under The Sunset Moon” – a rock rendering of a wild story south of the border, and the one Mike performs most often today, “I Find My Strength In You.”

Unstoppable

Acoustic rock with an R&B back beat. Produced by Dave Huff. Songs ranging from existential ponderings like “That’s Up To Me” and “Truth In Contradiction” – to real love celebrated in “I Love You Like That” – to love betrayed “I Kinda Like The Rain,” to a bluesy rendition of the Box Tops’ “The Letter,” where Mike is joined by original Box Tops guitarist, Gary Talley. It also features “Valentine,” a hit for Renee Stewart in Australia. Better Days and Unstoppable contain many co-writes with hit song crafter, Tom Kimmel.