Thank you for making this upcoming Summer and Songwriting Camp SOLD OUT! We are excited to see everyone and have an amazing weekend with you all. We are sure you will have the experience of a lifetime!


Summer Camp starts in just ONE days so be sure to keep up on all the fun and rocking things happening throughout the weekend by liking our Facebook page. 

We will be posting photos and videos all  camp long. Check it out! If you are in Las Vegas be sure to come by and watch our performances at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on Saturday and Sunday from 8-11PM. Free and open to the public!

You never know who might stop by. 


Roger Daltrey of The Who

Roger’s earliest tastes in music ran to the blues and R&B which formed the setlist during their early years as the Detours, as well as Fifties rock’n’roll, which is reflected in his outstanding interpretations of such noted Who covers as ‘Summertime Blues’ and ‘Shakin’ All Over’. In surrendering his leadership of the band to Pete when the latter became the group’s songwriter, Roger became the mouthpiece for Pete’s lyrics and ideas. At the same time he contributed to the group’s sense of showmanship by developing his unique skill at twirling his microphone lead around like a lasso and, by the time of Tommy in 1969, becoming one of rock’s most iconic looks with his golden curls, bare chest and fringed suede coats.


In this respect Roger became Tommy, the deaf dumb and blind boy of Pete’s imagination, and it was therefore only natural that he should assume the role in Ken Russell’s movie adaptation of the rock opera in 1975, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. This in turn led Roger to develop a concurrent career as a film actor while continuing to sing with the Who.


Roger has also cultivated a singing career outside of The Who, beginning in 1973 when he found himself on the BBC’s Top Of The Pops, the UK’s then premier chart TV show, promoting the single ‘Giving It All Away’ which reached number five in the UK charts. It was a track from his first solo album Daltrey, released that same year, which he followed up with the albums Ride A Rock Horse (1975), One Of The Boys (1977), the soundtrack to McVicar (1980), and After The Fire (1985).
Since 2000 he has been a patron of the Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity that builds specialised wards for teenagers with cancer in the UK. That year Roger had the idea of setting up the first show at the Royal Albert Hall by ‘The Who & Friends’, with ticket sales and revenue from a DVD and CD raising over £1.2 million, and as a result Roger was given a Humanitarian Award in 2003 from Time magazine. In February 2005, Roger was awarded a CBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace for his services to music and good causes.


As a member of The Who, Daltrey was inducted in 2005 into the UK Music Hall of Fame. In December 2008, he and Pete Townshend were honoured with America’s most prestigious cultural awards as recipients of the 31st annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. by then-President of the United States, George W. Bush.


In November 2010, Roger, with Pete Townshend at his side, launched Teen Cancer America. On March 24, 2011, Roger and his band gave a complete performance of Tommy at a Teenage Cancer Trust show at the Royal Albert Hall, London, supported by imagery which he commissioned from students of Middlesex University. Over the next year, he toured Tommy in the U.S., Europe and Japan.


Between November 2012 and March 2013, The Who toured an arena production of Quadrophenia + More in the U.S. and U.K. arena tour (with added shows in Paris and Amsterdam) of Quadrophenia. Daltrey directed the staging and visuals of the show himself. The tour received rave reviews from press and fans alike.

Roger now divides his time between working with The Who and with his solo band, as well as continuing to devote a huge amount of his time to Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.


Now you can jam with this all-star rocker. Roger Daltrey will be attending our grand opening camp at Foxwoods Resort Casino, October 16-19, 2014. Call now to reserve your spot before we sell out! 888.762.2263 ext 5 or Click HERE for more information.
In addition to Roger Daltrey, the camp is packed with rockers from some of the greatest bands including Simon Kirke (Bad Company,) Rick DerringerDavid HullJoe Vitale (CSN & Joe Walsh,) along with guitar geniuses Johnny AGary Hoey! And many more to be announced!





The Red Rocker himself, Sammy Hagar is coming back to camp for our annual President’s Day Weekend Camp, February 12-15, 2015 in Las Vegas! Call now to get the inside scoop before we go onsale!


Rock Star Experience 

Rock Star Experience  offers two, three, and four hour jam sessions, with professional touring, recording musicians from some of most iconic bands and can be customized to any musical genre or skill level, from country blues to heavy metal; we offer it all and our talented Rock Stars work with all skill levels, from novice to professional.


The Rock Star Experience is the most exciting live music experience now rocking the Las Vegas strip. Call now for more information-888.762.2263.

What Is Team Rock Stars?


The only 2-in-1 team building and corporate entertainment program available. An engaging, high-energy activity that unleashes creativity, improves communication, encourages collaboration and reinforces team-building skills.


The experience delivers immediate results to your business while creating lasting memories for your employees and clients. Our program can be tailored to fit your company’s specific needs, budget, time limit, group size and any other specifications.


Do you have your own home studio? Do you aspire to become a music producer, engineer,mixer or want to improve techniques?  This camp will give you the opportunity to bring your songs in for critique and add the magic touch with the guidance of professionals. 

Learn the ins and outs of the recording studio, mixing, production and so much more with this special Fantasy Camp. A limited number of attendees will interact with Grammy Award Winning Legends Bill Szymczyk (The Eagles, The Who, Joe Walsh), Al Schmitt (Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton), Elliot Scheiner (Foo Fighters, Beck, Steely Dan), and Tony Visconti (David Bowie, T. Rex, Morrissey).


Each day, a different legendary Producer will join participants in the studio where attendees will learn from the masters, have their music mentored or evaluated, and get personal stories and insight on the in-studio recording process. Together these producers have sold a billion of records, earned numerous Grammy’s and have contributed to some of the most successful albums of all time.


Together with Joe D’Ambrosio, we have created a camp for you to spend four days with these phenomenal Producers.  Never will you have an opportunity to be in a room with this incredible lineup of masters. This camp is limited to 30 participants, so act fast and sign up now

Don’t wait until it’s too late and get shut out. Sign up now while spots are limited but available!  For more information about our upcoming camps on both the East and West Coast, visit or call 888.762.2263 ext 05. Space is limited, reserve your spot today!


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