GAINESVILLE, Ga. (July 23, 2021) — These guys jam! They are young and talented and love what they do. I had the pleasure of watching their opening act at the First Friday concert. I enjoyed their covers of Led Zeppelin and Metallica, and it took me back to the days when I was a certified metal head.
Let There Be Rock is a music lesson facility and a rock 'n' roll community center. The community aspect is very important to Kyle Sanders, owner and director of the school. Kyle reflects on the time several years ago when his daughter, Kyra, went to a weeklong rock camp in Atlanta, "I knew this concept was special for both kids and parents alike." He began thinking that this would be a great thing for Gainesville. And today he can boast that, "Let There Be Rock School is the perfect place to learn, create and foster the talents that so many kids have but may not have had the nerve to explore or the right environment to grow in."
The school offers lessons to students from age 5 to adult for guitar, bass, drums, keys, ukulele and vocals. And all students have the opportunity to join a band and perform in live music settings. The facility provides a lounge and community area for students to jam with their peers. One-on-one programs, adult programs and even a theater program are all options for budding musical artists.
Let There Be Rock is also interested in donations. If you have an old instrument laying around, consider donating it to the school for a student in need.
Let There Be Rock Schools
840 Main St SW
Gainesville, GA 30501
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