Thank You for 2017!

I want to thank everyone one who attended my performances and shared musical interests with me in 2017!  It was a good year for me and I made many new friends while playing along the Mendocino Coast.

I want to especially thank the following local businesses and proprietors for supporting local musicians and hosting a wide range of performing arts events throughout 2017:

Lenore and Juan at Headlands Coffee House

Albert and Teresa at ICONS in Mendocino

Jim and Jimmy at Noyo River Grill

The dedicated staff and volunteers at the Mendocino Coast Botanic Gardens

Jim and staff at Tucker’s Place

Linda and Dusty Dillon at Djangos.  We miss you Dusty.  Thank you for all the good you created in our community.  May God Bless Your Soul…

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Chuck

A performing musician with various bands and as a solo act for over three decades, Chuck T. has performed on guitar and vocals at clubs, bars, wineries, weddings, community events, schools, and charity benefits in many western states. With musical influences ranging from classic rock, blues, folk, and country, Chuck has developed a rich repertoire to share with his audiences. He first started teaching guitar when he was in high school, and over the years he has developed a variety of lesson plans that he uses to instruct beginners, as well as intermediate and advanced level players. Chuck conducts lessons with a relaxed manner while inspiring students to work toward their goals. He teaches various styles and techniques aligned with what the student wants to learn, while effectively integrating a complete neck chord vocabulary, scales, practice exercises, playing by ear, and basic music theory into the lessons. His approach helps the student build an enriched knowledge of the guitar that will enable them to further develop their skills as they enjoy a lifetime of playing. “I have always found that working with music, especially performing and teaching, has provided me with inspiration not only as a musician, but in all areas of my life. While growing up, nothing meant more to me that teaching myself how to play what my favorite artists were playing. My musical pursuits have given me a lifetime of proud moments, and I want to help my students achieve the same results.”

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