Guitar Lessons for Homeschool (or Bass Guitar or Ukulele or Songwriting!)

I love music. I love the guitar… and bass… and ukulele. I love teaching these instruments. There is satisfaction in knowing that I get to pass on to a new generation of students all of the wonderful things I have learned as a professional musician. My goal is to help students reach their musical aspirations so they can be a confident worship leader or the next major pop or country star, if that is their desire.

Currently, I have students who have what it takes to get there. My job is to bring out the best of their abilities so they can make those dreams come true. Some want to have a general knowledge of an instrument or music theory. Some just want to play along to songs on the radio. I want to help each student find out what their musical goal is and help them achieve it.

Being a homeschool dad, I understand the importance of time with your kids. Sports, homework, and life in general are always pulling at your schedule. I offer time slots throughout the day for homeschoolers so you can have the evenings free for other activities.

Instrument lessons are once a week for 30 minutes. Homeschool students get their first lesson FREE when you pay for the first month of lessons. Be sure to mention this article or the sidebar ad to receive your free lesson. You can read more about guitar lessons on my website.

Marty Keith is the owner of Edenbrooke Music. Marty grew up in Paducah, Kentucky. At age four, he began learning how to play the guitar from Herb Chapman, father of GRAMMY and Dove award winning artist Steven Curtis Chapman. The way Steven Curtis and Marty learned to play guitar is how Marty teaches his students to play.

Learn more at Edenbrooke Music and to learn more about Marty’s music visit his artist website at John Martin Keith

You may contact Marty Keith by phone at 615-415-1942 or by email at johnmartinkeith at hotmail dot com for more information about guitar or songwriting lessons.

New Homeschool Tutorial Opening in Nolensville


Fall Registration is Now Open!

A local home learning tutorial for grades Kindergarten through 8th Grade

Tuesdays & Thursdays 9am-1pm

9:00am – 10:00am Science or Social Studies
10:00am – 11:30am Core Subject Reinforcement

MTHEA Offering a Free Intro to Homeschooling in Tennessee Webinar

LOTS of new families are considering homeschooling, so MTHEA has put together a webinar to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.

WHEN: Friday, July 24th, at 11:00 am (CT)

WHERE: Online on MTHEA's Facebook Page and Facebook Group

They will cover topics including:

-The legal routes to homeschool in Tennessee (independent vs umbrella school vs online accredited)
-Does my homeschool need to be accredited?
-Tools for choosing curriculum
-Resources for getting connected
-Online, co-ops, tutorials, and pods
-And more!

We also will have free resources for starting homeschooling in Tennessee that you will be able to access after the webinar, so make sure to attend and invite your friends!

Hosted by Middle Tennessee Home Education Association (MTHEA) president Matthew Bullington.

Nolensville Homeschool Mom Danielle Romero Offers Consulting Service

Suddenly homeschooling? Overwhelmed and need a roadmap? Let’s do it together.

My name is Danielle Romero and I am a homeschooling mom of three (6,4,1) from Nolensville, TN. I have my M. Ed from Vanderbilt University and spent many years teaching in and out of the classroom.

HomeWorks by Precept Curriculum Display Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Hello Everyone!
The new school year is quickly approaching and I wanted to inform everyone of my curriculum display coming up on Tuesday, July 14, 2020. This event is being held at the Holiday Inn Murfreesboro TN from 10am-5pm.