However, this time it will be held at the Teton Teepee Lodge, 470 W. Alta Rd., in Alta, Wyoming … one hour’s drive from Jackson, Wyoming, nestled at the base of the exquisite Grand Tetons Mountains.
The Teton Teepee is a comfortable family-oriented ski lodge with a large fireplace in the center of the lodge, an outdoor hot tub, big screen TV, ping pong, etc. Lodging there for the boot camp is “dormitory style.” (Just imagine you’re back in the bunkhouse again!)
DATES: AUGUST 6 thru 13, 2006.
Sign-up Deadline is SOOOON!
Los Angeles-based songwriting teacher/consultant, John Braheny, (and author of the best-selling book, “The Craft and Business of Songwriting”), will get down into the finer details of building a song from the ground up (including re-writing), and how to benefit most from it, once you’ve got it nailed down tight … plus you’ll have time to do some co-writing too.
Also, from Los Angeles, vocal-coach-extraordinaire, Steven Memel will provide all you’ll need to improve and perfect your voice and performing skills.
And I will be there as well to lead you through some new exercises to stimulate (and help you maintain) your creative process.
A great opportunity to get into the beauty of the Old West…meet some fellow songwriters and spend a week tuning up your skills!
SPECIAL: Lauren Adams will produce a one-song demo of each attendee’s original song at the new state-of-the-art Idaho Film and Television Institute located in Driggs, Idaho, just across the state line from where we’ll be staying.
To sign up: See how to audition (online) with your applications procedure.
Accommodations, excellent meals, and the boot camp are all included in the registration fee.
Contact: Lauren Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org
For details, go to Performing Songwriters Boot Camp.
See our previous (2003) Boot Camp Photos.