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A Fun Weekend Tradition

I grew up in a musical family. When I was a kid, my mom sang solos in church. At the age of fifteen, I also began singing solos in church and at community events. My late grandfather played the acoustical guitar, the harmonica, and the mandolin. On the weekends, we enjoyed unwinding form our busy, stressful weeks by filling our home with fun, lively music. Now that I’m an adult, I’d like to keep up this tradition with my future kids. Are you searching for ways to spend more lighthearted down time with your family members? If you can relate, consider starting a family band. On this blog, you will discover the easiest instruments to learn how to play.

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Goals To Set In Advance Of Offering A Band Workshop

Offering a band workshop can be a valuable resource for young people in the community. Regardless of which specific organization you work for, putting together plans for this type of workshop and then marketing it extensively can generate a large audience of young people. The specific structure of your band workshop can vary according to your expected outcomes of the event and the types of musicians who are taking part, but a typical music workshop may include demonstrations, recording sessions, lectures, and more. Read More