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Saturday, August 7, 2010

Top 10 Reasons to ROCK OUT: #10

Dear Rockers, 

Over the next few weeks our newsletters will focus on the top ten reasons to attend Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp this fall.  At the top of the list we start with....
#10 Indulge Your Passion! 

Just go for it!  You love music and have dreamed of jamming, recording and playing with Rock Stars, right?  Here is your opportunity.  With RRFC coming to a city near you and our prices lower than ever there are noexcuses left.  It doesn’t matter if you’re a guitar god or if you only know a handful of chords.... we embrace you whether you have been hitting notes perfectly your whole life or if you’re a closet shower singer! Our Rock Stars are masterful teachers and know how to bring a band together, pull out your inner rock star and give you the skills needed to rock out live on stage while your friend and family watch your greatness! When else will you have the chance to perform live on a stage that has hosted some of the biggest names in rock and roll?

Go ahead, shake things up!  Take off for a long weekend and allow yourself some fun doing something you love. Remember you’ll ALWAYS have that long list of “to-do’s, but this just might be the only opportunity you’ll ever have to jam live with Dickey Betts!  
Need a little more inspiration?  Click here and take a moment to watch a video about Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp.

For more information on our weekend camps:
Philadelphia (The Trocadero): October 22-24 
San Francisco (The Fillmore): November 5-7
Dallas (House of Blues): November 12-14
Chicago (House of Blues): November 19-21

Mark Your Calenders….
Check out the CBS Sunday Morning Show with Charles Osgood on August 15th for a special on Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp filmed at our London camp.  Tune into The Price is Right on September 23rd, and see RRFC as a featured prize.  Also, remember to watch the October 16th premier of “Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp” on VH1 Classic at 10/9c.
Rock on!
David Fishof 

“Music has the power to uplift, heal and transform.  The Camp taps into the power of music in unprecedented ways by bringing together lovers of music from all walks of life and places them under the tutelage of counselors who are masters of music for the purpose of creating music. Then something magical happens. The music becomes the bond in a transformative discovery of self in the context of a group.  People learn to create under the guidance of creative masters.  Campers build bridges between one another as they perfect the art of communicating in the world’s oldest language: music.  The Camp is more than jamming, recording and playing live with the rock stars; it’s an experience that will change your life forever.”
                                                                                        - David Fishof