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Rocco Ramos, a 17-year-old drumming student at School of Rock Katy and senior at Seven Lakes High School was one of just two students nationally from the music school chosen to participate in the Modern Drummer Festival this year. The festival was virtual this year, but Ramos said he really enjoyed the experience and being able to share his love of music through a drum solo inspired by Neil Peart of the band Rush.
Global Franchise Magazine featured School of Rock in its Behind the Brand segment of the August 2020 issue.
School of Rock was recently named as one of the Top 100 Education Franchises in Franchise Connect's Education Franchise Industry Report 2020.
In celebration of Bob Marley's 75th birthday, School of Rock, the leader in performance-based music education, in collaboration with Universal Music Group, is proud to debut a video of Skip Marley performing Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" with the School of Rock 2020 AllStars.
School of Rock President & CEO, Rob Price, recently sat down with Zack Fishman, CFE of MODRN BUSINESS.
As part of the program, students will have one weekly private lesson on an instrument of their choice where they learn concepts, technique and theory.
Forbes recently interviewed School of Rock CEO Rob Price to discuss the new Remote program and virtual Artist Sessions which gives School of Rock students access to their music instructors and famous musicians around the world via video conferencing.
Students can now record themselves playing using the School of Rock Method App™ and instructors will then compile the audio and video recordings to be pulled together into a full-band recording. Select School of Rock locations have already produced hundreds of group audio and video projects. Most School of Rock locations around the globe will be offering this new opportunity for creative collaboration
It all started with a thousand kids talking online to Jay Weinberg, the drummer of Slipknot. Then came live access to Frank Zummo from Sum 41. The P!NK Band jumped in next to give tips and answer questions...