Joanne Cooper shares the story of how Band in a Box impacted her musical life. You will learn tips and tricks for your own songwriting and live performance.
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Zach VanderGraaff, of The Dynamic Music Room, teaches how to make music learning authentic, engaging, and cooperative. Have more fun and make more progress.
Glory St. Germain of Ultimate Music Theory teaches how you can apply transformative vocabulary to your musical life. Learn how to use words that uplift you.
Mark Morley-Fletcher of Play in the Zone explains the concepts behind behind peak performance. Learn practical tips you can apply in your own musical life.
Me2/Orchestra co-founder Caroline Whiddon discusses how the support of the Me2/ classical music ensembles helps erase the stigma surrounding mental illness.
We’re joined by The Quebe Sisters who share how they write and arrange harmony parts and the relationship between ear skills and theory.
Mark Cawley, hit songwriter & online coach from iDoCoach.com shares powerful lessons he’s learned writing songs for superstars like Tina Turner! Tune in!
In the final episode of Beatles Month we recap the major learning points from our expert guests and reveal the one big secret to the Beatles success.
Hard Day’s Night, one of the top rated Beatles tributes, puts in extraordinary work to deliver the most detailed & authentic Beatles experience possible.
Kenneth Womack, author of a two-volume biography of George Martin, astounded us with his expert perspective on why Martin really is “The Fifth Beatle”.
Aaron Krerowicz, The World’s only professional Beatles scholar and creator of Flipside Beatles, discusses the sophistication of The Beatles songwriting.
Scott Kuehn, Beatles expert/Professor of Communications at Clarion University shares his insight on Beatlemania. Learn how the Fab Four made females faint!