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 “A great first step to build a firm foundation”  

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Jeff & Angie have been teaching music & art in Newton County since 1993.  We believe that laying a firm foundation for each student is essential for future growth and development in the arts.  We have written and designed the Rockin' Art Class to meet the needs of the 21st century student and are in constant revision to meet the changing needs of today’s students.

Before you invest in an instrument and private lessons take the first step with us.   We provide the instruments during class and all the  supplies.  Your child will play the drums, electric guitar, electric bass, keyboard and if they like, sing on a microphone the first night in our class.  And don't forget the cool art projects.

We want to inspire and challenge our students to become the artists that they want to be with fun, educational, entertaining and enlightening lessons that lay the groundwork for a life long love of music and art.  We offer parents an opportunity to give their kids an exciting experience in the fine arts without an expensive investment.  This allows students to live out their goals in the area of fine arts and gives them the knowledge and power to pursue a challenging experience worthy of their time.

 We will guide each student as they take their first steps in exploring the technique and skills needed to progress in their chosen art from.  These classes are filled with plenty of hands on experience.

 Designed for the kid on the go, you don’t need to bring anything.  We’ll provide all the instruments and supplies during the class.  You’ll provide the instrument for home use, if you wish but you will not need to bring it to class. 

 Give us a call today! 678-342-9316 

or email



 Course Description

Rockin' Art Class (6 years old and up)  Teachers - Jeff & Angie Johnson

Each class combines music & art for a fun and exciting experience!

MUSIC | Rock and roll like the big boys in this exciting class that gives you a chance to explore each of the instruments of the rock band as we form bands and play.  You'll also explore the cool tunes and lead riffs found on the guitar and learn the basics of playing the keyboard/piano and drum (The Real Rock Band Book).   

ART | Van Gogh, Monet and O’Keefe just to name a few are all apart of the art experience.  Students gain real world understanding and practice while painting on canvas, drawing and creating.  Each Rockin' Art class is different so students can take the course multiple times creating new works of art each time. 

A great first step

No experience necessary

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How much does it cost?

The cost of this exciting experience which includes class time (1 hour & 15 minutes), use of all our instruments on site and all books and supplies is $17 per class due at the beginning of each month.  (see calendar).   Check or cash only.

How do I reserve space in a course?

It’s simple.  Give us a call @ 678-342-9316 or send an email to  Then mail your payment to:  BB, 6210 Linwood Drive, Covington, GA  30014

What are the dates and times?

Rockin' Art meets on Monday evenings | 5:15pm - 6:30pm.  Please refer to our course calendar @, ask for one by mail (678-342-9316) or email (

Where are you located?

Our studio is located at our home:  6210 Linwood Drive, Covington, GA 30014

Do I have to wait until the first of the month or can I jump into a class now?

You can join anytime. We'll prorate the cost.

Do I need to know how to play before I come?

No.  We assume that all of our students have never played before.  We love true beginners.  If you have already played before then you can still come and see if this is the right fit for your level.

Do I need a guitar/keyboard?

You may want an instrument for the student to practice at home.  You will not need to bring anything to the classes.  We’ll provide all the supplies, books, guitars and keyboards for in-class use.

Where can I find an instrument?

There are several local music stores in the area.  Our students also find instruments at local retail stores and on the internet.  No need to buy something fancy.  Any beginning level instrument will work.  We want to keep the initial investment low so you can jump in and start having fun.

What ages?

Six years old and older.  Although our target audience is younger students, we do accept older students and adults.

What if my child is younger than the age listed?

These are target ages and we do make exceptions when we can.  

If I miss a class can I make it up?

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer makeup classes because we don't have time in our busy schedule.  We suggest that you study the calendar carefully before signing up for the class.  This will insure that you can make all the dates for that month.  If you're sick don't worry.  The classes are designed to move very slow.  Each week we review the old material and learn the new material so it's easy to catch up.  And don't forget you can always call or email if you have questions. 

Should I get my child a full size acoustic guitar?

It depends on the size of your child.  Most elementary students do well with a 1/2 size or 3/4 size guitar.  Have your child go with you to a music store and a salesman can tell you what size will best fit him/her.

My child has a "toy" guitar, will that work?

Usually not.  They don't stay in tune very well and that can be very frustrating.  We'll take a look at it if you want us too and let you know if it will work.

What about student behavior?

We have very high standards for student behavior.  If you feel that your child’s behavior is not suitable for a class setting then you may prefer private lessons.  There are several locations in the area that provide private lessons.  We reserve the right to refund course fees if we feel that a student may be better served with a private teacher.

What will you do in a typical class?

A typical class might include an opening song, explanation of new material, experience with guitar, keyboard, drums or the Real Rock Band instruments, spotlight on a composer/artist, practice time on new material, reinforcement game/activity, painting, drawing, or sculpting and much more.

Will there be a performance at the end of the course?

We do a lot of in-class performances throughout the course but there is no formal performance.

What do I do after I’ve taken the Rockin' Art Class?

Many of our students continue with this class multiple times.  We offer the class monthly and each month is different filled with diverse projects for students to explore and create.  Give us a call and we’ll tell you what’s on the menu for our next art class. When you're ready to move on we'll refer you to a local private teacher who will be able to teach to your student’s specific needs in a one-on-one setting.




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