Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp

We can all relate to that time when we sang into an inanimate household object like a water bottle or a hairbrush. Our arms swung wildly with confident, meticulous ease. Some of us did it for the momentary rush of wanting to be on the grand stage of anywhere but the present moment. Then there were the others, who took the trials of music and nose-to-the-grindstone Rock ‘N’ Roll seriously, taking disciplined music lessons every week.

 

On November 7th at the Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp, hosted by the Lucky Strike Live bowling alley in Hollywood, a group of serious-about-music “campers” will get to have a concert jam session with experienced musicians, or “counselors,” from established bands that include Chicago, KISS, Whitesnake, Quiet Riot, Black Sabbath, and Guns N’ Roses. The best part about this is that the concert is free to anyone over the age of 21.

 

Lucky Strike Live, which is located at 6801 Hollywood Blvd., has been no stranger to concerts with big names, having hosted performances by Gene Simmons, Johnny Depp, and more. These transpire during weekly jam nights every Wednesday when reputable musicians come together to combine their creative forces. The Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy camp, founded by former rock tour producer David Fishof, is, in turn, doing its part to encourage the next wave of larger-than-life rock stars by rewarding campers who have a passion for rock music. It is here and only here when students and their rock idols come face to face as musical peers.

 

Some of the campers may no longer be musicians or vocalists by trade, instead opting for office work during the day time in order to pay the bills. Nonetheless, the Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp concert, which will go on at 7 pm, offers a chance or second chance at glory, and to perform with the likes of Danny Seraphine, Bruce Kulick, Ty Dennis, and Teddy Andreadis, among others.

 

For more information about attending, visit http://bit.ly/1LVIGoM.

 

Photo Credit: www.DKCProductions.com.

 

 

 

Imaan Jalali

Imaan Jalali

When he isn't writing, Imaan can be found doing 360-degree layups on neighborhood basketball courts. He is also an avid reader of non-fiction, particularly Social Psychology. Nothing fascinates him more than human motivation, behavior, and attitudes. In trying to understanding others, he is beginning to come to terms with his alien self.
Imaan Jalali

Author: Imaan Jalali

When he isn't writing, Imaan can be found doing 360-degree layups on neighborhood basketball courts. He is also an avid reader of non-fiction, particularly Social Psychology. Nothing fascinates him more than human motivation, behavior, and attitudes. In trying to understanding others, he is beginning to come to terms with his alien self.

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