Saturday, January 7th, 2012 at 6:30 PM
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School of Rock Presents: : New Wave *Sold Out!* / 6pm Doors / 6:30 Sho
412 N. 36th Street,
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School of Rock Student Band
Sun 12/12 @ Chicago Music Exchange
This event is FREE. No Tickets Required!
School of Rock: Tribute To the Beatles
Sat 1/23 @ Make-Out Room
Would you consider the use of magic or other dark arts acceptable?
The email i received said that the Beatles were performing. I feel deceived and to avoid legal action I suggest you exhume the bodies of Lennon and Harrison and get them onstage with Starr and McCartney. Lest my lawyer (The corpse of Johnny Cochrane) contacts you with the details of my wrath.
School of Rock presents Woodstock 40th Anniversary Festival with Doomsday Diaries / Hartattack / Y...
Sat 8/15 @ Mexicali Live
Come see Yuto :)
Mexicali Live Presents:
School of Rock presents Woodstock 40th Anniversary Festival with Doomsday Diaries / Hartattack / Yuto Miyazawa
Mexicali Live is a lively locale where food and music aficionados alike can revel in the best of both worlds and Yuto Miyazawa, a 9-year old Japanese child prodigy in music, will be performing in Mexicali this August 15. 2009.
He has been named "The Youngest Professional Guitarist" by Guinness Book of World Records in August, 2008.
He has appeared at the following venues, Madison Square Garden, the famous B. B. Kings, The Cutting Room, and Rodeo Bar in New York City. Yuto has also had the opportunity to perform at many summer music festivals including Gathering of the Vibes, Bamboozle and Kidzapalooza.
In May 2009, Miyazawa appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he performed Crazy Train with his guitar and vocals.
You can see him here:
Saturday, Aug 15, 2009 7:45 PM EDT
at Mexicali Live
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 DOS.
Buy your tickets on line and receive 20% off your dinner
(Offer good on the night of the show for customers who purchased tickets online. Beverages are not included. Can not be combined with any other offer.) For dinner reservations call Mexicali Live at 201-833-0011 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets at http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=2340214
SCHOOL OF ROCK BENEFIT CONCERT - featuring :The West Coast All-Stars and Jon Anderson of Yes!
Sun 7/22 @ Great American Music Hall
Hey Amy #1: School of Rock does offer scholarships, and this benefit concert is all about raising $ for that purpose. As SF School of Rock music director Aldo Noboa puts it, "Some of our most brilliant students happen to be the scholarship students. We're just trying to further music and further people who are really intent on music, and the reality is a lot of those people can't afford to pay for our program. We don't turn them away, because that's just not really what we're trying to do musically. Even though that's not necessarily the greatest thing for a business, for the heart that's involved in this place, we have to have our scholarship program."
Ha. Thanks. I heard about that too. Can someone also correct me if I'm wrong- Don't kids have to pay to go to this school? I mean, I'm all about kids rockin' and music education in general but isn't this school only available to kids who already have money? Do they offer scholarships? Why are they having so many benefits all the time? Maybe I need to see the documentary.
Jon Anderson has C A N C E L L E D ! ! !
YES rocker JON ANDERSON pulled out of a charity fundraising concert, after his spiritual adviser told him not to perform. The frontman of the classic rock band was due to perform at the Paul Green School of Rock Music in San Francisco, California - the inspiration for Jack Black movie School of Rock. But Anderson has cancelled, claiming his guru told him not to perform again this year. The school's music director Aldo Noboa tells PageSix that Anderson also asked him to tell pupils he had pulled out for "health reasons". Noboa says, "It does add a little more burn to the thing. I understand it's polite (to cite health reasons), but why should we do that? It seems kind of presumptuous. You have to honour your commitments. "His name is already on the tickets and the posters, and a good number of the tickets were sold on the strength of Jon Anderson. The kids are upset and a lot of their parents who are Yes fans are like, 'What the hell is this?' I mean, how bad can playing with the kids be? That can't be bad karma, can it?" Anderson told an interview with Howard Stern last year that his advisor "helped him see into the fourth dimension."
School of Rock Tribute to Frank Zappa
Sun 6/03 @ 12 Galaxies
i can't believe i only heard about this now, 8pm Sunday night, June 3rd. i'm such a loser.
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