LB Music School
Tammy H.Aug 5, 2015Verified
lauren was very helpful in knowing my range, of what the style of music i wanted sing, not so much pop/country but, more harder edgier rock music starting me off with the basic scales so that she can know, where my difficulty is, and/or challenges are. Teaching me the difference of speaking voice, and head voice, she is a good teacher overallJan 8, 2013Verified
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Years in business6
Times hired on Thumbtack22
Number of employees16
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing varies depending on the service you are looking for as well as how long you want your lessons to be. I offer both half hour and hour lessons for guitar. I also offer combo lessons for those looking to sing and play the guitar at the same time. It really saves you time and money as opposed to finding to different teachers in separate towns with different lesson times. Feel free to call for lesson rates and pricing. I would be more than happy to discuss all your options and find the right lesson plan for you.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am always learning new things whether it be new guitar tricks, new songs, or developing performance. I continue to educate myself in guitar, voice, and music career and business marketing. The great thing about music is that you never really stop learning. There are so many great things to learn that music really does take a lifetime to master. If I stopped learning myself, I would not be a good teacher for my students.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I learned to play the guitar when I was 16 and started writing songs shortly after teaching myself some chords. It's something I always enjoyed. I'm a very creative person and music was such a great a lot through my high school and college years. I worked for a pharmaceutical company for 4 years and learned that I wasn't really happy in the line of work that I was doing. I was getting worn down, stressed out and found myself longing for the 3 weeks of vacation I got each year. I didn't have time for music, never mind practicing or writing songs. I went on a cruise one year that was a music festival as well. I brought along my guitar and played and sang onboard whenever I could. I even got to perform for one of my idols Brandi Carlile. I felt so alive. I had never had a feeling like that before. I decided that I was going to leave my job and pursue a life of music and I have never looked back.