Chicago rock legend Dick Holliday (a.k.a. Brad Nye) will turn his attention to teaching children how to write, record and perform original music at his 'Rock N' Roll' Camp, scheduled for July 9-20 at The Shed music recording studio, 1480 Old Deerfield Road in, Highland Park. Classes will be held daily Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and include lunch.
The camp will culminate in a live concert led by students followed by a family cookout. Cost is $1,200. For more information or to register your future rocker, call (815) 822-7132 or email email@example.com.
About The Shed
The Shed is a brand new musicians club located in Highland Park where enthusiasts can come together to learn, rehearse, perform, network, or simply hang out in a casual yet upscale atmosphere. Operating in a private club format, Shed members enjoy access to fully-equipped rehearsal spaces including the latest guitars, keyboards, drum kits and more. Assistance from professional musicians is included with the membership fee, along with the use of a music reference library equipped with internet access and software tools. The latest technology for recording, engineering and production is available, as are equipment and roadie rentals and instrument repair. For more information, call
(847) 780-4944 or visit www.theshed1480.com.