Is Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen to difficult for a bunch of kids? There’s only one way to find out, chart it and take it for a test drive. Here’s a Facebook Live of the campers testing the song out. If we like it… we’ll start developing the song to perfection for the final concert.
There’s never a dull moment at camp. Check out what the campers have been up to:
Facebook Live on Day 4 of Rock Camp 2017. The tech crew has the main stage set up and roughly tuned in. Time to bring on of our bands on stage to tune in the monitor mix. First band on stage, first time being on stage for the band. The kids are off to a great start.
Our small community is very fortunate to have it’s own music store. Owned and operated by Bruce Rundman and crew, Good Times Music has a great inventory and can get anything you need if its not in the store. If you frequent Good Times Music, awesome! If you haven’t check it out lately, best get over there and take a look around. Let’s keep having our own music store, drop in on Bruce and crew and give him a little business!
We are playing around with Facebook Live this year. Our last video was too long and this one is too short. What’s great about Rock Camp is all the different types of music the kids pick to work on, typically spanning 40 years and many genera’s. The campers have plenty of time to test and try songs, but at the show grows closer it’s time to settle down and practice, practice, practice. The buy your tickets for the final concert coming on Saturday, August 5, 2017! Let’s give these kids a sell out show.