I am an English Literature student finishing my last couple of semesters at U.M.K.C. During the week I referee soccer for KSHSAA and for the junior leagues around Kansas City. Currently I am living with my brother and helping raise my 4 year old nephew, Walter, at my parents house in Overland Park, KS. I've played guitar for over fifteen years and am learning more on the piano everyday. I am also proficient on the harmonica and ukulele. I play electric, acoustic, and classical guitar in a band a few times a week. I love music; it is my very favorite thing. I started out playing a lot of folk and blues but am into all kinds of music now including but not limited to classic rock, rock n' roll, punk, pop, hip hop, country, gospel, classical, and definitely jazz. One of my true pleasures is teaching my nephew new things especially about music. He is learning the guitar and piano, and I impart all those little things that I had to learn the hard way that make music way more interesting, attainable, and enjoyable.
Eric E. has over 10 years of music experience in the Overland Park area.
I graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Olathe, KS, and then moved on to recieve my Associate's Degree from Saint Louis Community College. Currently, I am studying English Literarure and finishing out my last few semesters at University of Missouri-Kansas City.
I have learned personally through other musicians whenever/wherever possible. Also, Victor Wooten's book, "The Music Lesson" inspired my greatly. I took a few weeks worth of guitar lessons as a youth at Guitar Center as well.
I have been in several bands and played many gigs around the downtown Kansas City and in Saint Louis as well.
I have taught many friends and relatives how to play and understand music. I also coach soccer in the summer for kids 6-18 at Saint Thomas Aquinas High School where my father coaches and teaches.
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