The Brothers Gibb, the Bee Gees, could play almost anything, but are best known for the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Think light up floors, swirling disco music and doing The Point in polyester suits and big shoes. This show will contain some folk, some straight ahead rock, some funk and the best disco ever recorded. A great show for all instruments and skill levels.
From their humble beginnings as an underground phenomenon to their ascendant rise to true commercial success, Metallica has pretty much ruled the heavy metal scene for decades at this point. Blistering riffs, mystifying time signature changes and brilliant lyrical storytelling are some of the reasons why. This show will focus on the first 4 albums and is for students who are prepared to work hard. There are no keyboards in Metallica’s music.
The 90s was a decade that saw the word Alternative slapped onto any and every genre of music thanks in large part to the success of Nirvana. If every band in the top 40 pop charts is Alternative, where’s the alternative? That’s where this show comes in. B sides, Cult classics, off the wall compostitions, back road boogies, unfamous and infamous artists alike. A great show for all skill levels.
Stevie Wonder. There are so many words I could use to describe the beauty, majesty and sanctity of his music, and somehow there are no words to actually do it justice. This show will explore Stevie’s early days up through Songs in The Key Of Life. As an artist, he somehow re-invented himself constantly through this period, yet the music was always truly and deeply his. He spoke so strongly about love that even in his most joyous revelry he is capable of bringing a tear to your eye. A great show for all ability levels. Join this show if you want to work hard.