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 FREE GUITAR & SONG WRITERS WORKSHOP FOR VETS AND FRIENDS

The Cheatham Street Warehouse, 119 Cheatham Street, in San Marcos will be hosting a songwriting and guitar workshop for military Veterans in San Marcos every Monday evening from 5-7 pm.  Starting August 8th. This is an open call session and does not require an admission fee or even regular weekly attendance.

Born from the decades of music made at the legendary Cheatham Street Warehouse, the Cheatham Street Music Foundation is particularly involved in the art, craft, and business of songwriting and is dedicated to developing, promoting, preserving, and perpetuating Texas music. For more information, please visit....

www.cheathamstreetfoundation.org

WHO IS PROVIDING THE WORKSHOPS

The workshop will be guided by Dustin Welch, a local singer-songwriter/recording artist, and various other professional musicians from the area.

The Welcome Home Project's Voices of a Grateful Nation, in association with the Cheatham Street Music Foundation and the Soldier Songs organization, is determined to promote the advancement of education in songwriting by conducting songwriting classes, workshops, seminars, public forums, panels, lectures, concerts and similar programs to benefit American troops and Veterans by giving them the ability and opportunity to heal and thrive through music.

For More information email Charlie@VoicesofaGratefulNation.org

We are introducing an open music workshop which is cool to be a part of and does not operate on a broad structure of typical formal methods, so we can instead focus on an individuals' needs and learning style by merging mechanical functions with the organic nature of artistic realization in order to develop and rebuild cognitive abilities. “There are fundamental differences in how each person can express themselves through art and music, and the learning process should not stifle their singular talents. As artists, we understand how personal and internal the songwriting process is, and how cathartic and healing it can be.”  Dustin Welch