And first time shown from the Rehearsal during the Rockabilly Section of the Student show -to show its not all about Classic Rock, Blues, Metal, Indie or Acoustic (You can see and hear students playing that elsewhere on the site)…

A little Carl Perkins classicc originally B- Side to Blue Suede Shoes on Honey Don’t

A Little Rockabilly Matchbox from Student rehearsal before the Student ShowEven More Rockabilly At The Rehearsal & Matchbox

A Younger Player putting in a confident HeartBreak HotelYounger Student Plays HeartBreak Hotel and Other ConfidentPerformances

A Little Johnny B Goode and Link Wray Rumble at Workshop & Student ShowJohnny B Goode Complete & Rumble from Students Callum & Josh

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    A great way to experience Classic Rock, with Bass, Drums and Vocals – something different from the Immersion Lessons, no lights a, off stage, and with no audience… only like minded People playing at a volume Your neighbours would complain about!! [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ] And Classic Rock at the Student Show – see how many You recognise… [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ]

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  • Proving Even Directors Have The Blues, Alistair’s Blues Rock and Beyond Journey Even Directors Have The Blues, Alistair’s Blues Rock and Beyond Journey

    Hi There, Here Coventry Law Firm Director Alistair describes his journey of coming back to playing Guitar after his teens and early twenties playing, his achievements, his progression and sense of achievement and satisfaction from Coming back to Blues Rock and even going beyond.. Alistair is very candid, open and honest and describes how he very nearly didn’t follow through, and didn’t take Action on at least finding out more towards the end of  the video as well … as You will hear [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ] Til Next Time Andre Because You are So Much More than Your Career… Go On Then…. [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" [...]

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  • Blues Goes Acoustic Peformance at Workshop Blues Goes Acoustic Peformance at Workshop

    [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ] Students at different levels playing Acoustic Blues Freddie King style – Freddie King one of the 3 influential kings of the Blues 9alongisde BB King and Albert King) who was a huge influence on the mid 1960s and onwards British Rock Blues explosion – influencing the likes of Clapton , Beck and many other great Guitarists from the 1960s and 1970s defining decades of Blues Rock. [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ]

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  • I Can’t Explain The Who at a recent Workshop I Can’t Explain The Who at a recent Workshop

    And here;s students of different abilities rocking out with drums, bass and vocals on The Who’s first single I cant Explain – a great way to pull immersion lesson learning together and have the chance to play with others and a full band though without an audience or stage lights as You can see… Andre

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  • Indie at the Workshop – Chelsea Dagger and Dakota – Fratelis and StereoPhonics Indie at the Workshop – Chelsea Dagger and Dakota – Fratelis and StereoPhonics

    A great chance to not only pull the learnings together from the Special Immersion sessions – but also play in different styles – here are students playing Indie at a recent workshop, with a full band including vocals, bass and drums without the pressures of an audience or stage lights – a great in-bteween step for those who still want to develop their competence which leads to competence and may lead to perhaps even performing in front of family and friends at either an indoor or perhaps an outdoor student event. It’s the workshops that provide that band experience, and that key step in-between Immersion sessions and for those who want to, the experience of playing on stage as You’ll [...]

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  • Students Rock Nuneaton Town in First Open Air Live Concert Students Rock Nuneaton Town in First Open Air Live Concert

    Following on from Monday’s Rock God Save The Queen Played at Town Hall on Common Wealth Day, as featured in Coventry Evening Telegraph, last saturday saw Students play their first ever open air concert, in Nuneaton Town Centre – where Music fans, shoppers and passersby alike were treated to some classic Rock, Blues, Indie, Ska celebrating Coventry’s and The Midlands Music heritage and a little Funk – a fantastic opportunity and a unique experience for Students who wanted to and were ready to take the next step and play with a full band out in the open. type=”” style=”” color=”” height=”” width=”” opennewwindow=”” nofollow=””custom=”yes” textcolor=”#FFFFFF” ] And Starting with the end in Mind,  above video is Show Finale Sweet Child of [...]

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  • Introducing Students Shaking The Sky With Sound This Saturday in Nuneaton Town Centre Introducing Students Shaking The Sky With Sound This Saturday in Nuneaton Town Centre

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  • Andre Raises Flag For Rock National Anthem On CommonWealth Day from Coventry Evening Telegraph

    Story at Coventry Evening Telegraph Online A Rousing God Save The Queen Raises the Flag For Rock,  and Commonwealth at TownHall [DKB url="" text="" title="" type="" style="" color="" height="" width="" opennewwindow="" nofollow=""custom="yes" textcolor="#FFFFFF" ] [gallery ids="1552,1558,1574,1555,1560,1559,1573,1572"]    

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    And continuing from the CommonWealth Day performance of The Rock National Anthem, as featured in Coventry Evening Telegraph (in case You missed Rock God Save The Queen to Raise Flag on CommonWealth Day Counting Down to when Students Rock This Nuneaton Town this Saturday from 11.30am onwards….  Here’s the Facebook event page….Rock This Nuneaton Town Til This Saturday in Nuneaton! Andre Related : Picture with Mayor and Video of Rock Anthem performed on Common Wealth Day

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