Rock and Roll
Don’t miss out on this amazing promotional offer! Buy one camp spot get a songwriter camp spot 50% off! This offer expires Sunday, June 8 so act fast before it’s gone!
The Songwriting Camp,running simultaneously with our Summer Fantasy Camp, takes participants to new levels with their songwriting skills. Being mentored by Joe Vitale of Joe Walsh and CSN, Jack Tempchin of the Eagles, and many more participants will indulge in the creative process and develop lyrics, melodies, verses and choruses. Additionally, the campers will learn the ins and outs of publishing, protecting original music and how to pitch songs to artists.
Songwriting Camp participants will meet the special guests including Brad Whitford (Aerosmith), Warren DeMartini (RATT), George Lynch (Dokken), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction) and counselors throughout the camp, attend master classes and have the option to perform their written song live on the Courtyard Stage inside Crossroads at House of Blues. This package includes experiences with the same guests as the Summer Fantasy Camp, but with the personalized songwriting experience.
Summer Fantasy Camp
Get ready to rock out with the BEST OF THE BEST! We’re bringing in your all time favorite Rock Stars for a special Summer Edition of Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp featuring Brad Whitford (Aerosmith), Warren DeMartini (RATT), George Lynch(Dokken), Stephen Perkins (Jane’s Addiction), and Stu Hamm. The four-day camp will culminate with two nights of performances at House of Blues inside Crossroads on The Courtyard Stage at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
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Call 888.762.2263 ext 5 or visit www.rockcamp.comfor more info!
Jack Tempchin wrote and co-wrote two songs on the best-selling U.S. album of the 20th Century, respectively: “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Already Gone” co-writing their hits “Somebody,” and “It’s Your World Now.” During Glenn Frey’s solo career Jack co-wrote a dozen radio hits in the 1980s with Glenn Frey: “Sexy Girl”, “The One You Love”, “Party Town”, “True Love”, “Part of You Part of Me” (for Thelma & Louise), “You Belong To The City” and “Smugglers Blues” (for Miami Vice). Other notable artists Tempchin has written with include Emmylou Harris, George Jones, Patty Loveless, Glen Campbell, and many more.
Joe Vitale first started working with Joe Walsh when Walsh broke from the James Gang. Vitale was part of Walsh’s first solo album Barnstorm, playing drums and co-writing “Giant Behemoth” and “Mother Says”. He continued in the role on Walsh’s next album The Smoker You Drink, the Player You Get, co-writing “Rocky Mountain Way” and writing “Book Ends” and “Days Gone By”. After that, Vitale appeared on the majority of Walsh’s albums, co-writing songs on “But Seriously, Folks”, You Bought It – You Name It, Got Any Gum?, Ordinary Average Guy, and Songs for a Dying Planet. When Walsh was asked to bring in a song for Hotel California, the one that he’d written with Vitale, “Pretty Maids All in a Row”, was the one that Glenn and Don Henley liked the best.
To jam with these Rock and Rollers, sign up now for our Summer Fantasy Camp- call 888.762.2263 ext 5 to reserve your spot.