Happy Holidays! It's hard to believe that Hanukkah has passed and Christmas is less than two weeks away! If you haven't finished your holiday shopping as of yet, rest assured you are not alone. Buying your loved ones the perfect gift seems like an essential part of the holidays.
If you have a music lover in your life, give him or her the gift of Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp. Let's face it, your husband doesn't need another tie. BUT he could use a break from work to jam with his favorite rock and roll musicians of all times! Plus, if you add on our "groupie package" you'll get to enjoy meals, jam sessions, and classes with our Rock Stars as well!
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp is a sure fire gift that will leave your loved one with a lifetime of memories. If you're a WHO fan, check out our camp taking place in NYC this January. Roger Daltrey headlines and is joined by Rock Stars like songwriter Tommy James (Mony Mony, Crimson and Clover), producer Phil Ramone (Elton John, Billy Joel), Leslie West (Mountain), Mar Farner (formerly ofGrand Funk Railroad), Simon Kirke (Bad Company), and many many more! Campers will record an original song and perform in Time Square at BB King's Club!
For a more tropical rock and roll experience, check out our Atlantis, Paradise Island camp taking place in the Bahamas February 17-20. Tommy Lee (Motley Crue), Lita Ford, Ace Frehley (KISS), George Lynch (Dokken), and many more will be there to jam!
For more information or to sign up, please visit rockcamp.com or call Dylan at 888.762.BAND (2263). There are a limited number of spaces available.
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in the News!
Check out this PopMatters article:
Music fan fantasies are complex. They can help us cope with life, or they can keep us from facing reality. But what happens when we do get the chance to live out our rock star dreams? (click here for more)
Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp Corporate Corner
They say that you can’t mix work and pleasure but here at Rock n Roll Fantasy Camp we have found a way! Imagine a battle of the bands contest where Human Resources (a.k.a. Hawaiian Shirt Fridays) go up against the Finance Department (a.k.a. The Number Shredders) to show us all how superstar team building is really done. It’s more fun than a trust fall or walking across hot coals and will leave you and your team with skills and memories that will last a lifetime. We offer life changing experiences to our clients and build better employees through the power of Rock ‘n' Roll. Camps can be designed for groups of 25 to 500 people and previous musical experience in not necessary. Energize your people with most revolutionary motivational training program on the market!
If this sounds like something your company needs, your only a call away from stepping out of the boardroom and onto the live stage! Call 888 762 2263 x4 and ask for David Fishof.
With a career that spans nearly 30 years, George is one of a long line of guitarists to come from the California hard rock world. He began learning to play guitar at the age of 10 and throughout his teenage years, performed in several bands out of the Sacramento, Ca. area before re-locating to Los Angeles. His rise to prominence came when he joined Dokken and toured relentlessly throughout much of the 1970s. Much of Dokken's success is credited to George Lynch's guitarmanship and songwriting. He recorded five highly successful albums from 1983 to 1988 with that band to propel him as one of the most influential rock guitarists in modern music. His guitar playing earned Dokken a Grammy nomination in 1989 for Best Rock Instrumental. George's tenure with Dokken ended in 1989 and he was set to begin again. With the new decade came a different George Lynch in the 1990s. A bolder stylist and more knowledgeable guitarist was found in him as he formed the band Lynch Mob. Recording two albums with this band and going back on the road to support them kept Lynch in the public eye. Several solo albums and studio recordings then followed that conveyed a wide variety of styles that ranged from experimental rap metal to mainstream pop to old school blues. His current works involve his new band Souls of We and the rejuvenated band Lynch Mob.