People are whispering that “Wayne Erbsen can even teach a FROG to play music!”
Classes and lessons for total beginners in bluegrass banjo, clawhammer banjo, fiddle, mandolin, and guitar are offered at the Log Cabin Music Center in Asheville, North Carolina. These first-timer classes are taught by Wayne Erbsen, who has been teaching for over forty years, and has authored 28 books on playing various musical instruments. Wayne hosts the”Country Roots” radio program from 7:00 -9:00 PM on Sunday evenings on Asheville’s Public Radio WCQS. Listen live at 88.1 FM or stream live at http://www.wcqs.org.
Introduction to Bluegrass Banjo!
Tuesday evenings, January 13 through February 17. This easy class for total beginners will meet for six sessions, and will continue with an optional six week session after that. COST: $120 for 6 sessions plus $19.95 for Wayne's book Bluegrass Banjo for the Complete Ignoramus! This class is for 100% beginners with no experience whatsoever with the banjo. Partial "ignoramuses" are also welcome.
Directions: Log Cabin Cooking & Music is located at 111 Bell Road, just off New Haw Creek Road in the Haw Creek section of East Asheville. From Highway 240 in Asheville, take exit #7. From 240 going east, turn left at the light at the off-ramp. From 240 going West, turn right at the light at the off-ramp. Now you’re on Tunnel Road going east. At the very first light, turn left and then take a sudden right on New Haw Creek Road. Go about 1½ miles. On your right you’ll see a baseball field. Turn right onto Bell Road, at the beginning of the ball field. Pass Evergreen Charter School on your left, then pass Ozark Springs Road on your right. Then you’ll come to our big garden on your right. Slow down. On your left will be Zander Way. You’ll turn right on the driveway opposite Zander Way at two big black mailboxes. As you come up our gravel driveway, the cabin will be on your left. You can park either in front of in back of the cabin. If you park in back, come in the back right door.