Lessons That Rock Music Lessons Now Offers Group Music Lessons For Bands
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LONG BEACH, Calif. - June 10, 2014 - PRLog -- Lessons That Rock Music Lessons, who for the past ten years has provided guitar, bass, piano, drum, ukulele, and cajon music lessons in Los Angeles and Orange Counties in Southern California will now offer group music lessons for full bands. The emphasis here is to take kids, teenagers and young adults that one extra step by providing group music lessons with their band.
During the group music lessons, students will learn how to cooperate and compromise with other musicians, play songs from start to finish, play with good dynamics (volume) and feeling, and how to go from being just a "guitarist", to becoming a true, well-rounded musician, and eventually an all-around entertainer. These steps are important in bettering yourself as a musician, and becoming a respected member of the musician community by "gaining your bones" playing out live.
Lessons That Rock Music Lessons (http://www.lessonsthatrock.com) has a long standing history of getting kids to overcome stage fright by giving them the opportunity to perform at live shows at coffeehouses, live events, house parties, and more. This next step will simply allow students to express a greater sense of creative freedom by playing bigger, better, and more intricate songs that can only be done with a full band.
Already Lessons That Rock offers private and group music lessons (http://www.lessonsthatrock.com/services/long-beach-music-...), however those lessons are geared towards a single instrument, such as guitar. In this way, multiple people such as cousins, friends or family members can participate in guitar or piano lessons at a fraction of the cost. This new service allows us to provided the specific types of lessons needed to the individuals who need it as well. In other words, everyone gets what they want. In the group setting with a full band, music lessons with focus on each player and how they contribute to the group, and what they can do to improve their overall focus, game and contribution.