DEATHRIDERS Singer to be featured Guest Speaker at The Paul Green School of Rock Music in Vista, CA on Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 4:00pm

Neil Turbin will be a featured Guest Speaker at The Paul Green School of Rock Music in Vista, CA on Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 4:00pm. Neil will host a one-hour workshop and talk with the kids about their goals in music and lend his experience as the first power vocalist of thrash metal. Topics include: How to craft a kick-ass song or a metal thrashing anthem. What are some of the roadblocks you’ve experienced in the music biz. How to kick-ass on stage and keep kicking ass or how to maintain endurance while singing at the top of your lungs for over an hour. What advice to offer up and coming bands that are advanced musicians or starting out. How to find your own sound-voice. What is your real-true passion. Are you doing this as a hobby or are you hardcore! How well do you handle rejection. How much patience do you really have. What does it take to be successful. How persistent do you really have to be. Why hearing is very important as well as being a careful and attentive listener. Why Lemmy is the coolest. Why DIY? – Do It Yourself. What is GID mode/Get It Done Mode. And other cool stuff I’ll think of by then! Prepare yourselves!

Neil will be performing with DEATH RIDERS at the St. Valentines Thrash Massacre at the Jumping Turtle in San Marcos, CA later that night.

The Paul Green School of Rock Music is located at
2055 Thibodo Rd #G Vista CA 92081 (760)415-6219.
Director, Meliesa McDonell

paulgreenschoolofrockvista

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