In this photo, shown from left are Dan Levensen, Jennifer Levensen, scholarship winner Scott Soptick, Tammy Lee and Chuck Lee. Scott proved to be an able musician, enthusiastic participant, and above all, a gentleman.
We are pleased to announce that Scott Soptick of Lenexa, Kansas is our scholarship winner. He has been awarded a spot at Acoustic Music Camp 2009. Scott will be taking clawhammer banjo with Dan & Jennifer Levenson, and will no doubt also enjoy lots of mixing with other musicians and […]
Every August, here in the Dallas Area, the talented and fascinating Gerald Jones hosts and directs Acoustic Music Camp. In a few short years, this camp has experienced great success with its lineup of talented musician-teachers. Additionally, Gerald has secured a Comfortable location central to Dallas and Fort Worth, caters […]
At this time we would like to shamelessly promote a CD with a great special interest. Craig Evans, one of our customers and friends, has put out a new CD, Frailin’ with Friends. Singleton Street together with some other talented musicians have taken a special interest in children with autism […]
We were saddened to receive the recent news that our good friend and gifted musician, James Reed, passed in an auto accident. Our family has known James for about 10 years. Our son Nate received his first mandolin lessons from him. James taught several of our children, and me as […]
We are Proud! Bonnie is graduating from our home school this month with 38 concurrent college credits behind her. This is due to our state’s program which allows High School students to attend college for credit while completing requirements. She is heading for South Plains College this fall (where big […]
Our #6 child, Johnny, just turned 14 yesterday. Here he is shown at his fencing class. (He’s the one on the right). Johnny has also started a band; he’s the lead electric guitar player. His guitar teacher says, “with a name like Johnny Lee, he’s got to be good!” We […]
I have heard that traditionally during recessions and depressions, banjo playing surges. Perhaps people are staying home more, or in touch with something deep within them. Music can describe the highs and lows of life unlike anything else. We have been curious if this is the case today. Any thoughts? […]