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Music Lessons in Lexington, KY

Do you know a single man from Lexington, Kentucky helped shape the face of rock? If you didn’t, that person was Richard Hell, the front-man of the early punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. Their 1977 song, entitled Blank Generation, inspired other punk bands so much that it was named one of the 500 songs that shaped rock. With that said, it’s clear that it doesn’t matter whether you live in New York or Kentucky. If you have the passion and drive you can be one of America’s founding musical acts.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to revolutionize music genres then we don’t doubt it for a minute. However, we do suggest you first gain a firm background in music and your instrument of choice. Simply put, we suggest you learn how to play an instrument or sing with ...

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