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Music Lessons in Lubbock, TX

Recently, CNN selected Lubbock, Texas to be one of the best places in the country to set up a small business. As a “hub” city, Lubbock is slowly becoming the center for economic growth, ed
ucation and healthcare in the South Plains. With that said, life in Lubbock has never been better. So, why not take some time to invest in yourself by singing up for some music lessons? If you grew up wanting to jam on the guitar, rock out on the drums or sing like a star then our Lubbock music lessons with our certified music teachers are perfect for you.

However, before you pick up an instrument and start to play you’re going to need to learn the basics of music. Of course that is what our Lubbock music lessons are all about. At TakeLessons we’ll help you learn how to play your instrument of choice while developing a strong foundation and great technique. We offer music lessons on the guitar, drums, bass, piano, violin and a whole lot more. If you’re already a musician and you’re looking to further your music education then you’ll be happy to know that our Lubbock music lessons also feature advanced courses on songwriting, music performance, theory as well as music recording. No matter what your musical interest we are sure to have the right lessons and will guide you through the learning process, help you set goals and track your progress to ensure that you learn in a fun, inspiring and informative way.

So if you want to follow your passion for music, then be sure to let the TakeLessons team help bring out the talent in you. Why wait? Our lessons are easy to sign up for and we guarantee you’ll be satisfied. So give us a call today and let one of our friendly student counselors book your first lessons with us.
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James W. Lubbock, TX

About James

Born July 23,1953 in Wichita Falls, Texas. Son of a U.S.A.F. officer. James grew up singing in the church. His parents were always active in the church choir. He was in school band beginning on clarinet then switching to tuba which he has been playing ever since. James was also in school choir and the orchestra. In 1982, James graduated from Texas Tech U. with two Bachelor's Degrees, Music Education (All Levels) and Music. James is certified to teach in Texas. He's been teaching privately since 1985 and full time since 1986. James is currently playing tuba in Westwinds Brass Band and Lubbock Concert Band,stationed in Lubbock.He has been involved in Lubbock Chorale, singing baritone, and is hoping to go back in the future. *** Lesson Details *** It is my endeavor to give ...

Jerry S. Lubbock, TX

About Jerry

*** Studio Equipment *** music room in home seating for parents *** Specialties *** I specialize primarily in Jazz music and Jazz improvisation. I have been a professional jazz musician in this area for over ten years.

Tyler H. Lubbock, TX

About Tyler

Consider me your musical guide to composition and music theory. I help bring the best out of your creativity, give you practical guidance in orchestration, score preparation, and help you understand music at a deeper level. In music theory, I not only teach the how of music, but the why in music theory. Ear training and music history are all incorporated in my lessons to help you better understand music as a whole.

Griffin Y. Levelland, TX

About Griffin

Hi! My name is Griffin, and I can't wait to teach you how to play guitar. I have been giving lessons for about a year now. I love helping people find a love of music, a passion for the guitar, and overall having a great time. I am currently studying Commercial Music at South Plains College and will be finished this May, with a major in guitar. I look forward to seeing you and teaching you this wonderful instrument!

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The 2 Most Important Things Singers Always Forget to Do
Maintaining your vocal health is incredibly important if you want to go far with your singing! It's easy to forget the basics -- so check yourself with these two tips from Glendale, CA teacher Ben M...   As singers, we're very sensitive about the way our voices feel. Even the slightest change in the strength, tone, or comfort of the voice is detected by a singer and can lead to an array of concerns about vocal health. But so often when students report problems with their voice, such a
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