Former members of AC/DC, PINK FLOYD, and THE ROLLING STONES will teach enthusiasts how to rock at the UK version of the Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, which will be held at the Abbey Road Studios from November 4 to November 9.
Packages include 10-plus hours of daily jamming with rock star counselors, including THE ROLLING STONES bassist Bill Wyman, PINK FLOYD drummer Nick Mason, ex-AC/DC member Chris Slade, THE BEACH BOYS' Jeff Foskett, and WINGER's Kip Winger. Also scheduled to participate are AEROSMITH producer and songwriter Mark Hudson and BAD COMPANY's Mick Ralphs.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to rehearse and record at the famed Abbey Road Studios with iconic rock stars before getting to perform live on stage at one of the world's most famous rock clubs, The Cavern in Liverpool where THE BEATLES first made their name.
Camp tutor Nick Mason said in a statement, "You head straight into a totally accurate rock 'n' roll experience. There are endless opportunities to pick up playing techniques and tricks from the professionals."
"The musical ability of the participants is as varied as their backgrounds and this, for me, was one of the best aspects. As a social event, the camp scores top marks."
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