School of Rock Free Week

Is your child a rockstar? Do they perform whenever they get the opportunity? Have they mastered the air guitar? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, you may want to take advantage of the School of Rock 'Free Week'.

This year is the first year my son can play an instrument. Although he is restricted to playing strings for now, I am delighted that he wants to participate. His instrument of choice is the bass. He likes the deep sound of it. Music is a great tool of expression, especially for him. I am hoping he comes out of his shell.

Kaden's aunt purchased an electric guitar for him (Thanks Aunt Kinsey). The occasion -- just because. When he first received it I felt like I was in the scene from Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video. You know, the one where Macaulay Culkin turns the volume way up on his guitar. Yeah, that one. He even took a few lessons and discovered he really liked playing. Now, the guitar is somewhere collecting dust at his grandparent's house. Let's hope we can fix this problem.

School of Rock is the national leader in music education and has been teaching kids how to amaze audiences for more than ten years. They offer lessons in guitar, bass, vocals, drums and keyboards for kids ages 7 – 18. No experience necessary just eagerness to learn - School of Rock knows the best way to learn is by doing!
School of Rock's performance-based curriculum teaches kids to play rock musicin a unique and interactive way, which is changing the way kids learn to play music across America.  Professional musicians teach students of all levels,developing both their music skills and confidence.  School of Rock operates 58 schools in 23 states. 
The "Free Week" includes one private trial lesson (30-45 min) and one Rock 101 group class (90 min). If you decide to take advantage of the School of Rock Free Week, you can sign-up two ways.

  1. Call 866-371-0557, use code SORBLOG or, 
  2. Complete the online form and input the SORBLOG/Mommy2K code in the Questions/Comments field and the school will contact you directly.   

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    Disclosure: "I did not receive monetary compensation for writing this post. However, I am eligible to win aYamaha PAC012 Electric Guitar or one of five $50 gift cards. The opinions expressed in this post are mine and do not reflect those of One2One Network."

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