Through our performance-based approach to music instruction, School of Rock students are more inspired to learn, more motivated to excel and more confident as a result.
We believe the best way to learn music is to play music. We take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels.
School of Rock teaches guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, drums and combines weekly private music instruction and group band rehearsals to prepare students to take the stage in front of live audiences in an authentic concert setting.
To date our students have played thousands of concerts, to more than 100,000 people, at such legendary venues as CBGB's, The Trocadero, The Knitting Factory, The Whiskey, The Roxy, The Experience Music Project, The Big Easy and BB King's Blues Club in Times Square. We have also had the great fortune to be able to perform at music festivals from Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits, to Zappanale in Bad Doberan, Germany.
Our immersive method inspires our students to be their best. We get them playing music as quickly as possible because we know that is what they want to do. As a result our students become more interested in the theory of music.
We deliver an authentic experience using professional equipment, a staff of seasoned musicians, and performances on real rock stages, at real rock venues in front of real live audiences.
Our instructors live to play and play to live. They are experienced professional musicians that can instruct students on the finer points of their instrument, while at the same time educating them on everything that goes into putting on a great live show.
We teach and perform music that our students love to play and our audiences love to hear. From the fundamental roots of rock and roll through classic rock, funk, reggae, heavy metal, alternative, indie and prog rock - we share, engage and celebrate it all.
Benifit for St Jude Children's Research Hospital: Featuring Jeff
Todd and the Delta Blues Band with Frank "Guitarman" Rimmer, Big Papa Curtis and Chasity Nicole.
6 Bands to compete are:
1.Curtis Tate Band
3. Harmonic Revival
5. Slap Junior
6. String Theory
This is a nonprofit event to raise money for St Jude Children's Research Hospital. There will be 6 local bands competing for a contract with Old Dog's Records, provided by Jeff Todd. Following the competition , Jeff Todd and the Delta Blues Band with special guest will close out the night with Southern Delta Blues Style music! There will be 3 Gibson guitars to be raffled at the event provided by Ricky Rooker. Tickets will be on sale during the event and will be $5 each, or 3 for $10. All proceeds to go to St Jude.
Celebrate National Night Out with Remington College Memphis Campus
Aug 01, 2017 | Free
Come take a stand against crime! Remington College Memphis Campus will again be participating in National Night Out on Tuesday, August 1. The campus will host an event featuring safety, educational and fun activities for families.
The National Night Out activities will run from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and will be held with partners from local police and fire departments.
There will be safety information, ChildPrint ID cards, coloring activities, snow cones, face paintings, food, drinks and lots of games. This is a FREE event.
Remington College Nashville Campus is located at 2710 Nonconnah Blvd., Memphis, TN 38132.
Posted by Wellons Communications on behalf of Remington College
Good art is of war, toil and struggle and the art produced by the brothers in Avantist is eclectic, hard-hitting, infectious, comical and even unpredictable at times. Having little prior musical experience, the brothers have drawn inspiration from everything in their lives, ranging from film, brotherly fracas, and the sound of their father's classically trained Mariachi voice. The result is that Avantist brings you something unique that transcends the singular sub-genre of post rock while still remaining relevant and entertaining.
Glorious Abhor proudly presents their tribute to The Band. On Thanksgiving Day in 1976, The Band performed their last concert at the Winterland Ballroom. The performance was filmed and released in 1978 as The Last Waltz. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this iconic group's last performance, Memphis rock band (and huge Band fans) Glorious Abhor will be playing songs from that concert as well as select favorites from the The Band's discography. After you've had your fill of turkey and shopping come to the Hi Tone on November the 25th and catch a local group pay tribute to their heroes. 9pm $7.