Exciting New Website for Brooks and John
John Standefer and Brooks Robertson, along with At Large Graphic Design, has just launched their website at www.brooksandjohn.com. Lots of fun content and detailed info on this dynamite new guitar duo, so be sure to check it out!
Two New Videos
In this video, John plays parts of 4 tunes, talks about teaching and Skype lessons. WATCH VIDEO
In the other video, Brooks & John play their new tune and discuss concert bookings. WATCH VIDEO
Don't forget Brooks & John's new highly acclaimed CD, We Came To Play! These two have continued to develop new duet guitar arrangements and play for crowds at the Chet Atkins conference in Nashville and recently at several concert venues in LA, where they received many standing ovations. Their recent CD release has gotten rave reviews from such guitar luminaries as Tommy Emmanuel and John Knowles.
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You can study guitar with John from anywhere in the world via Skype on the internet! Check into the possibilities, including time slots, prices, how to set up Skype, etc. You can take lessons at whatever frequency you want (weekly, monthly, every now and then, you decide). And from now through February, 2014 new Skype students can purchase one lesson and get the second lesson FREE!
There has been a wonderful trend over the past several years of people all over the country opening their homes for house concerts. In this ‘parlor’ setting the artist performs for 25-50 guests in an intimate setting where music and conversation between the musician and the audience abounds. If you have a large space in your home and would like to know more about holding a house concert with John Standefer or with 'Brooks & John', e-mail John now for more details.
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