On Friday, May 6 at legendary New York City music club The Bitter End, The Studio offers an exciting opportunity to perform with legendary musicians Jay Jay French (TWISTED SISTER), Chris Barron (SPIN DOCTORS) and Earl Slick (DAVID BOWIE, JOHN LENNON). Participants will enjoy three rehearsals prior to the performance under the direction of Bob Held, an entertainment business veteran with over 30 years of music, film and television experience. Bob has worked with such artists as KISS, Alice Cooper, Billy Squier, DEEP PURPLE, Roberta Flack, Joe Lynn Turner, Bret Michaels and Joe Bonamassa.

And the night doesn't end there. If you can't participate, you'll want to come for the show as these renowned musicians wrap it all up on stage together playing their favorite songs with a few very special guests.

Each participant will receive all necessary rehearsal materials. All backline equipment will be provided the night of the show.

Cost: $450.00 + tax (per instrument)

For more information, go to this location.


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