When I was in elementary, I was put in piano lessons. I had always wanted to be involved with music and was ecstatic to start learning an instrument. I ended up only playing for 2 years before moving onto guitar. Now, I'm in Grant MacEwan University studying vocals. While I'm not jamming with Quality Control, I am involved with other music projects.
Queen was my favourite band as a child. Any time 'Bohemian Rhapsody' came on the radio, I'd sing at the top of my lungs. Now w
For Christmas when I was ten years old, I got a guitar and a Led Zeppelin CD. Like all children should, I was blessed with many opportunities such as hockey, swimming, karate, science camps, arts, etc. What was special about the guitar and music that I didn't realize until later was that it was something I chose for myself. The most important lesson that can ever be taught is critical thinking and the moment I picked up the instrument and rewound the CD trying to understand J
Born and raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta, my time as a young kid all the way up to late teens was usually being taken up by sports. However, I always had an interest in music that never seemed to go away. I was an avid 70’s - 80’s rock fan starting from a young age which started while I was in elementary school. Where most start playing guitar, or piano I started my musical career playing Trombone in my junior high school band. Not until years later when I was in my mid-teens