- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
I teach guitar, Specializing in Rock, Blues, Jazz, Reggae and other popular styles. Would love to show you how to have fun learning, and to truly enjoy your guitar. Beginners to Advanced. All ages welcome!
I live in Studio City near Coldwater/Moorpark. Attended Berklee and a graduate of UC Santa Cruz. I have over 40 years of Professional playing, performing, and teaching.
Lets get started!
- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
It is said that Jimmy plays the tunes you like to hear in his own unique style.
From Los Angeles to Honolulu, from Frankfurt, Germany to Sardinia, Italy, Jimmy Dale
performs nationally and internationally. He has backed up famed groups including: The Drifters,
Platters, The Diamonds, The Coasters, Little Anthony and the Imperials, The Tequila Man Chuck
Rio and the Champs and the Fabulous Penguins! He has played with such reggae artists as Joe
Higgs known as the godfather of reggae, the man who taught Bob Marley, Pato Banton, Carlton
Livingston, Fully Fullwood, Tony Chin, Mikey Dread and Daddy U Roy.
Jimmy’s band Irie, has opened shows for Ziggy Marley, Bob Marley’s Wailers, Toots and the
Maytals, Jimmy Cliff, Third World, Bunny Wailer, The Skatalites, Black Uhuru, Eek a Mouse,
Steel Pulse and Andrew Tosh.
Jimmy can be heard playing guitar on Big Mountain’s CD “Unity” that sold millions with the hit
“Baby I Love Your Way.” His original composition “Rub a Dub” can be heard in the motion
picture “Sunset Heat” starring Dennis Hopper. Jimmy’s Irie CD “Freedom of Choice” includes
“Rub A Dub,” “Leaving Out Love,” “Harley Gone Down,” and “I Love You In My Arms” can be
heard on Nickelodeon’s cable network SK8TV. Agi's Tune is in a motion picture The Amazing Wizard of Paws. Dear Mr. Benson a Jazz Tune written by Jimmy placed #50 on Smooth Jazz World Wide and #35 in Panama. Jimmy also received Studio City Award from 2015-2017 Small Business Excellence for Musician.
Parents are welcome to stay for any children sessions.
Any questions please ask!
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