Apr 7, 2013


  

Clinton County Live was formed as sort of a local musician/artist co-op back in 2009. Our goal was to help create a thriving community of musicians, artists, and businesses. We wanted to see more events in and around Clinton County put on by Local Musicians. As musicians and artists we wanted to play and perform closer to this place we call home. This Saturday, April 13, 2013 at The Historic Murphy Theatre in Downtown Wilmington, our goal will be realized. Please join us for a night of Local Live Music.

Feb 5, 2012



Attention Local Musicians: 

Local Guitar Instructor, Matthew Lakes is offering a huge discount to any experienced player who is interested in improving their technique and facility on the guitar or those who are simply looking for some new approaches to the instrument. He is currently offering experienced guitar players private lessons for only $10 per half-hour lesson.

Matt brings over decade of experience in guitar instruction and composition to the table. He has written and performed with a variety of musicians and bands in and around greater Clinton County.

Players who are interested can contact Matt at (937) 728-2059

Feb 4, 2012

CCL and CCYC Present Free Guitar Lessons!











Clinton County Live has teamed up with CCYC (Clinton County Youth Council) to present free guitar lessons for Clinton County students in grades 6-12.

Introduction to Guitar will focus primarily on the fundamentals of rhythm guitar. Students will learn how to properly tune the guitar, the correct position for holding a guitar, the basic Open Chords (both Major and minor), basic strumming patterns, chord progressions and songs.


This new music program, under the direction of Local Music Teachers Matt Lakes and Rob Stuckert is a ten week course that will start Friday, February 3rd at the Youth Center (302 W. Sugartree St.)  Class size is limited, so register now! 

 Applications can be picked up at the youth center and are due by January 30th.  This course is designed for first time guitar players.  Must be able to commit to full ten-week course. 

Call  CCYC Director Kevin Walls at 382-2828 for more information.

Click here for an application.  Print it out, fill it out, and then turn it in to Kevin at the CCYC (302. W Sugartree St.).