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BM, Belmont University, Commercial Music (Guitar Principal)
2014- Opened up for Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers
2011-Performed with Belmont University Chorale in Italy
My name is Logan. I am a performer and instructor who loves sharing my love of music to others and putting music in people's hearts. In 2013, I graduated from the Belmont University School of Music in Nashville Tennessee. I have been perfoming live since the age of 11. I play and teach a variety of styles from jazz to rock and roll. I currently play for various artists and bands around the Nashville area and beyond. Last fall, I had the honor and privelage of playing for the Carissa Biele Band and open for Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin brothers.
I have been teaching students off and on since 2007. Regular practice has always been encouraged to my students, but I encourage even more to find the love in learning and playing music. Regardless of age or skill level, my students are all equal to me. As a beginner, learning a new intstrument can be tedious, but that is the pathway of finding the love in the instrument. No matter if my students want to be versatile like myself, use the intrument to accompany themselves, or pursue music as a living or hobby, I will encourage them to share what they have learned to their families and to the public. I am a songwriter as well, so I am willing to teach songwriting to students as well.
For beginners, I will start out teaching them the fret board from one end to the other and basic chords. Once the student is up to speed on chord changing and fretboard knowledge, I will begin teaching them easy songs. With students in their mid-teens and up, I will ask them what their interests are and teach them accordingly to meet their goals. As far as method books, I will use Alfred Methods and methods I learned from my past teachers. Each lesson will vary depending on skill level and musical genre. If an advanced student, for example, wants to learn chord voicings, I will have them use Hal Leonard's Jazz guitar methods to enhnace chord vocabulary. High intermediate and advanced students will do required sight reading every lesson.
Music is fun, no matter how tedious the learning process may be. With practice and determination, a student will be able to progress and love their instrument even more. Each week we will determine realistic goals for the student. If progress is made, I may come up with something creative ways to reward my students for their work. As long as I inspire and touch the lives of my students, I will feel rewarded as well.
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