Mandolin master Roland White will teach a 4-hour workshop on Saturday, July 12, 2014, from 10am to 3pm (with lunch break) at Gruhn Guitars in Nashville, Tennessee. Topics will include right- and left-hand technique, double stops, kickoffs/turnarounds, and more. Roland will spend some time with each student individually and provide chord diagrams and tablature handouts. The workshop should be equally beneficial to players of all skill levels.
Roland White is known as one of the few unique stylists on the mandolin, with his own unmistakable sound and touch. In his distinguished career in bluegrass music, Roland has played in some of the most influential and popular groups in the music’s history. Roland's soul and infectious rhythm enable him to seem to dance through his instrument. Roland is widely praised as a teacher, having taught mandolin and guitar privately and in workshops for many years. Contact Gruhn Guitars at 615-256-2033 or firstname.lastname@example.org to enroll. The workshop fee is $60. For more information about this workshop, visit rolandwhite.com/workshoptopics.htm