Unfortunately at this time we can't offer you sure-fire ways to beat the rising cost of prescription medications, easy weight loss solutions or where to find your soul mate. We can however send you the latest and greatest stories from people like yourselves who have attended Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp and had a life changing experience through the power of music. Whether you’re a beginner musician or have been playing your entire life, a trip to RRFC will fulfill your musical dreams!
Sign up for the November camp by October 1st, and receive a $500 RRFC credit good towards any 2010 camp!
Rocking out with the greatest Rockstars of all time can be intimidating, but I GUARANTEE that within five minutes at camp all of those fears will disappear. Our Rockstars are there to guide you and lend their support! Last week I received some amazing camper testimonials, one of which I’ve included below.
So call Courtney or myself at 888.762.2263 for more information or help signing up! You can also register online at www.rockcamp.com. Now that the stock market is going up you can make an investment in YOU by enrolling in our 3 1/2 or 5 1/2 day camp!
- David Fishof
"...since Blake attended RRFC last year, a whole new world has opened up for him. As crazy as it sounds, my husband and I had just had a discussion with Blake on what the next step was in his career. The next morning I went to the grocery store and picked up a People magazine, and as I flipped through the pages I came across your advertisement. That evening I couldn’t wait to share the news with my husband.
After attending RRFC and working with Mark Hudson, (who is the most amazing, insightful and talented man I know) Blake's life changed completely. When he got back from London, we built a studio and he started practicing 4 hours a day. This past summer he went on a mini tour and played with Tate Stevens a local country artist in various states, recorded drum tracks on two different band demo’s, and has been asked to record drum tracks on a full CD for a local artist. He has started his own band, The Third Rail, which is now performing 2-3 times a month at local venues and is headed into the studio to record their first CD. He was asked to come back as a guest to his high school drum line camp and teach the current stud ents for this year. He has already been asked to consider working with another artist from California next spring when he gets back from his Tokyo tour. And just received a call from an artist in Nashville to audition for a new rock project that is up and coming. Needless to say, what he needed was that boost, a “Kick in the Ass” from Mark Hudson, and for people to believe in him besides mom and dad. So I say all this to say thank you for the time and effort you put into these camps. It is money well spent, because it changed my son’s life."
- Joni D.