Carly Baker, a teacher and student at 106 West, is an amazing singer and multi-instrumentalist. Accompanied by master guitarist, Thom Tollerson who has been her voice coach since she was 9, this concert will include songs in a variety of styles. Carly is leaving in August to pursue collegiate studies in musical theater.
This concert is being held so that Carly's many fans can have the opportunity to hear her perform material that is close to her heart.
At this five day rock camp directed by Corey Lennox, players will play rock music with each other and perform for friends and families on the last day !
Camp Hours -
12 to 3 Monday - Friday with a Friday Show.
Band members should have one year of musical experience. Ages 12 & above.
Band members will:
play music with other band members
learn more about their instrument and the instruments that make up a rock band
increase their repertoire of classic and modern rock songs
In this one week camp, children 7 and above will:
Be provided with their own ukulele to take home and play and keep!
Be encouraged to play for fun in order to sing songs and accompany themselves
and others with simple chords on the ukulele.
Great for children, teens and tweens. Learning to play the ukulele is a great way to prepare to learn to play the guitar. It is a bit easier than the guitar and skills learned translate to guitar playing !
10:45 to 12 Monday through Friday
With Show for Family & Friends at Noon on Friday
$85.00 per child (Includes Ukulele);
106 West Open Mic is an all ages show featuring acoustic music - must be original or public domain - along with poetry,comedy, drama, magic - varied performances are welcome.
Plan for your act to be up to seven minutes long - one or two songs. Sign up to perform by or before April 9th - email email@example.com or call 770-868-1977. Performers are asked to come for sound check at 6:30 on the night of the performance. Performers are free. Audience members are $5.00. Performers range from first time on stage to seasoned professionals.
Recently back in Georgia after being in the top 100 out of three million that auditioned across the country, Tyler Sloan is a 21 year old singer/songwriter who currently resides in the small town of Murrayville in the North East Georgia Mountains. Tyler picked up the guitar in his early teens and taught himself how to play, developing in to a well-rounded musician while also finding his own sound, recording and producing his originals himself. His style defines the very art of Indie music, with influences including singer/songwriters Elliott Smith, Bob Dylan and Jeff Buckley.