- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
You are an individual who wants to learn.
I've mentored HUNDREDS of students and one thing I'VE LEARNED is that each one should be addressed in an INDIVIDUAL WAY.
There are, of course, certain exercises and warm-up techniques that EVERYONE should know but, beyond that, your musical journey with me will be a voyage on the open sea of harmony, melody, rhythm and soul.
If you are SERIOUS about learning then I will help you realize your goal.
The "stars of tomorrow" need to hit the woodshed NOW!
Take advantage of my VERY COMPETITIVE RATES!
The light is my final band which will perform my magnum opus, "The Light."
Dozens of sessions in the Washington DC area.
Ran all aspects of a music school with over 250 students including hiring/firing teachers. I put together shows with 25 students and gave private voice, bass and drum lessons.
Band was "Brian Fox & The 33rd Degree" and the CD was called "Load The Jet Rocket."
Signed dozens of artists to non-exclusive contracts.
Cover band that payed hundreds of gigs in the Washington DC area.
My own "wedding band" that had non-exclusive contracts with a bunch of agents in the DC area.
Band was called "Chocolate Spinach" (based in France) and the CD was called "There Was A Need."
Blues band in France that played in the Paris area.
Circled the Caribbean Sea and ate great food!
Band was Brian Fox & Load (out of Boston).
Album was called "Breakin' Through" which went silver in the USA (over 1/4 million units).
Band was called "The Power Trio From Hell" and the record, American Man, was produced by Eddie Kramer.
Band was managed by Bob Cavallo Sr. who also managed EWF, Weather Report, Prince, Little Feat, Paula Abdul and more.
Band had West Arkeen (who wrote songs for G&R) on guitar and Paul Rothchild (Doors, Janis Joplin) interested in producing.
A progressive rock band that I had while attending Berklee.
Crazy songs with fast tempos and odd time signatures.
We gigged around the Boston area for about a year.
First original band. I wrote the songs.
We were into Rush and Zeus kind of sounds like Rush.
Anyway, Ray Daniels (the manager of Rush) wanted to audition us up in Toronto but we had broken up by that time:(
My first band. We were the heroes of our school.
All cover music from Doobies to Deep Purple.
Ian Mackaye was one of our fans and I sold him his first amp and let his band rehearse and do shows at my house.
So, in a way, I started the DC punk scene:)
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Brian mentored me at the school of Rock. He seriously is the best teacher ever!