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Neil Curry
Neil
Music Teacher, Master
Location: Huntington, WV
Speaks: English
Instructs: Guitar
Education: I have my BA in music from Webster University in St Louis Mo.
Performance Experience: I have played 1000s of gigs from the gov ball, the Greenbrier, live on the levee, tons of fairs and festivals, I have backed up Jamie Oneil countrywoman singer who sang the number one single There is no Arizona, I've sat in with Bob Thompson a jazz pianist in town. I've backed up Bobby Cyrus that's billy rays relative, and l front my band playing my originals.
Teaching Experience: I have been teaching since 2002 to now.
Teaching Philosophy: When I first meet a new student I find out what their goals are. I design the lesson plan according to what they want to achieve. I explain that if I teach them 30 minutes of something fun to show off for their friends then I expect them to practice the other 30 minutes on the technical things.

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  • eil Curry is a native West Virginian.  He began playing guitar at the age of 14 and continued while he obtained a B.A. in Music frNl Curry is a native West Virginian.  He began playing guitar at the age of 14 and continued while he obtained a B.A. in Music from Webster University in St Louis, Missouri.  Since graduation he has played with many artists including Randy Breckner, Liz Nichols, Thump Daddy, Free Beer Band, Paris,  Jamie O’Neal, and Marty Brown.  He has toured in New Orleans with a jazz band, has played for Governor Joe Manchin and a Tamarack, as well as a variety of local clubs,  benefits, privates and restaurants.  His obvious jazz, blues influences create a unique style of guitar plaNeil Curry is a native West Virginian.  He began playing guitar at the age of 14 and continued while he obtained a B.A. in Music from Webster University in St Louis, Missouri.  Since graduation he has played with many artists including Randy Breckner, Liz Nichols, Thump Daddy, Free Beer Band, Paris,  Jamie O’Neal, and Marty Brown.  He has toured in New Orleans with a jazz band, has played for Governor Joe Manchin and a Tamarack, as well as a variety of local clubs,  benefits, privates and restaurants.  His obvious jazz, blues influences create a unique style of guitar playing that few in the area could duplicate.  His top guitarist influences are Joe Bonamassa, Steve Vai, and Brent Mason.  Artists such as Stevie Wonder, Robert Cray, and Marvin Gaye have had a significant impact on his vocal style.  Neil has also penned many originals and is currently in the process of producing his first solo album.ying that few in the area could duplicate.  His top guitarist influences are Joe Bonamassa, Steve Vai, and Brent Mason.  Artists such as Stevie Wonder, Robert Cray, and Marvin Gaye have had a significant impact on his vocal style.  Neil has also penned many originals and is currently in the process of producing his first solo album.om Webster University in St Louis, Missouri.  Since graduation he has played with many artists including Randy Breckner, Liz Nichols, Thump Daddy, Free Beer Band, Paris,  Jamie O’Neal, and Marty Brown.  He has toured in New Orleans with a jazz band, has played for Governor Joe Manchin and a Tamarack, as well as a variety of local clubs,  benefits, privates and restaurants.  His obvious jazz, blues influences create a unique style of guitar playing that few in the area could duplicate.  His top guitarist influences are Joe Bonamassa, Steve Vai, and Brent Mason.  Artists such as Stevie Wonder, Robert Cray, and Marvin Gaye have had a significant impact on his vocal style.  Neil has also penned many originals and is currently in the process of producing his first solo album.Neil Curry is a native West Virginian.  He began playing guitar at the age of 14 and continued while he obtained a B.A. in Music from Webster University in St Louis, Missouri.  Since graduation he has played with many artists including Randy Breckner, Liz Nichols, Thump Daddy, Free Beer Band, Paris,  Jamie O’Neal, and Marty Brown.  He has toured in New Orleans with a jazz band, has played for Governor Joe Manchin and a Tamarack, as well as a variety of local clubs,  benefits, privates and restaurants.  His obvious jazz, blues influences create a unique style of guitar playing that few in the area could duplicate.  His top guitarist influences are Joe Bonamassa, Steve Vai, and Brent Mason.  Artists such as Stevie Wonder, Robert Cray, and Marvin Gaye have had a significant impact on his vocal style.  Neil has also penned many originals and is currently in the process of producing his first solo album.
Neil teaches at:
5505 Route 60 E Suite 99
Huntington, WV 25705
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