With more than thirty years of experience, Earl has performed with quite a few well known artists including many grammy-nominated celebrities. My performance and recording resume includes Freddie Jackson, Regina Belle, Mya, Syleena Johnson, Coolio, EU, Tony Terry, Angela Bofill, Alyson Williams, Marion Meadows, Nick Colionne, Mike Phillips, Gerald Veasley, Michael Lington, Bobby Lyle, Marcus Johnson, Bob Baldwin, Bobby Humphrey, Miles Jaye, Pamela Williams and many others. In addition, He has released eight solo recording projects and worked as the music director for overseas projects, television shows and more. His influences are: Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, George Benson, Peter White, Wes Montgomery, Jimmy Page, Norman Brown and many other great guitarists.
Most of his sessions take place at his Greenbelt Maryland studio. He offers sessions that range from learning how to become a skillful musician in multiple genres to coaching on how to become a full-time musician as well as teaching techniques in lead guitar, rhythm guitar, finger-style performance, chord inversions, improvisation, jamming skills, site reading, ear training, music theory, scales & exercises, song writing, recording & production, guidance in equipment selection and more.
If you're seeking music lessons, your first coaching session with Earl will usually include an instructional book at no additional cost. However beginners will need to have their own instrument and accessories (required for practice). Earl works with each individual based on his or her personal goals and believe that every client has a unique gift.
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After many years in Corporate America, Earl is now a full-time musician who travels the world, produces national and local artists, runs an independent record label and coaches new clients on a regular basis. If you're in the Washington, D.C. area, you can hear and/or meet him in person at many of the local concerts that he performs.
Earl is a great and patient teacher for all levels.
Since every client has a unique talent, each individual's training is based on his or her personal goals.
His rates are $100 for coaching sessions, $60 per 60 minute session and $40 per 30 minute session.
Several people that attended his live concerts asked if he offered private tutoring so he decided to offer music lessons in an effort to help musicians reach their personal goals.
He has worked with beginner, intermediate and advanced musicians but specializes in teaching beginners.
He recently performed Blues Alley for the sixth time as a solo artist and has performed there somewhere between 50 to 100 times as a sideman for celebrities as well.
Becoming a fluent musician requires practice. Becoming a successful full-time musician takes dedication. Remember, the more you practice, the better you’ll get. Therefore, how quickly you excel is ultimately up to you.
Determine what you actually want to accomplish from your sessions and make sure you are both on the same page before selecting a trainer.