GODSMACK Frontman Offering Drum Lesson As Part Of Entercom's 'Get Schooled'

GODSMACK frontman Sully Erna was scheduled to participate in Entercom Radio's "Get Schooled" program last night (Tuesday, June 24) at National Boston on Dummer Street in Brookline, Massachusetts by stepping behind the drum kit to give a group of WAAF (Boston) listeners a drum lesson.

Listeners qualify to participate in "Get Schooled" at Entercom radio station web sites throughout the country, and the lucky winners get to meet, interact and play with their favorite musicians and industry mavens, getting lessons on everything from guitar shredding to how to promote their bands or record a demo, according to FMQB. The events are held at various recording studios, concert arenas and Guitar Center locations.


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