Monday, August 30, 2010

Top 10 Reasons to ROCK OUT: #9


#9 Total Immersion
If you want to get better at anything, the best way to go about it is to immerse yourself in it!  Sure, practicing the guitar or your vocal scales for a couple hours a week will help you to improve, but it can’t compare to eating, breathing, and living rock and roll for 72 hours!  At Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp not only will you spend every day in studio playing with a band, but you’ll also have the opportunity to take lessons from and jam with musical virtuosos like Dickey BettsSandy GennaroMark FarnerKip Winger, Rudy Sarzo, and more. 
You will walk away a better musician. 
To see Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp in action tune into the CBS Sunday Morning Show with Charles Osgood this Sunday!  The show will feature a segment on Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp that was filmed in London.  See how the magic happens!
We are very close to sold out in a couple of markets, so please make your reservations now!  For more information or help signing up, visit rockcamp.com or call 888.762.BAND (2263)
Rock on!
David Fishof 

Notes...
Got Cheerios?  Cheerios and RRFC have teamed up to help people "do what they love." For more information on this sweepstakes, check out www.cheerios.com
Football fans:  Check out Cory Procter, guard for the Miami Dolphins on our television show premiering October 16th on VH1 Classic.  Cory, who played for the Dallas
Cowboys at the time of filming, is a drummer.
  
Theatre fans: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is a new hit musical playing in NYC and Chicago, inspired by the famed recording session that brought together rock 'n' roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins for the first and only time.  RRFC newsletter subscribers can get tickets 40% off through October 7.  Click Here or call Ticketmaster at 877-250-2929 and use code GENTIX
Good luck to Joey Molland's band from our London camp who submitted a song to a contest being held by USA Today. Last month, USA Today asked readers to send in an original song that captures the mood surrounding the Gulf oil spill disaster. For more information click here. 



“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