Created in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating impact on the livelihoods of artists, TRAIN connects interested students of all skill levels with a diverse range of master musicians, craftspeople, and tradition bearers offering online instructional opportunities. Start your lessons today!

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Phil Wiggins

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Phil Wiggins is a versatile harmonica player, continuing the Piedmont blues tradition, a gentle and melodic blues style of the mid-Atlantic region. He plays the diatonic ten-hole harmonica

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Blues Harmonica. Also blues composition, singing, and history

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Wild Ponies (Doug and Telisha Williams)

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Wild Ponies (Doug and Telisha Williams) offer dead right, honest songwriting delivered in a hauntingly beautiful yet gritty, neo-traditional Americana wrapper. Released August 25th 2017 on Gearbox Records,

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Songwriting, Upright Bass, Guitar, Performance

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Jacob Wright

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I am a professional banjo player who works for the iconic Bluegrass musician, Larry Sparks. I offer online lessons as well and always enjoy meeting new students and

Areas of Expertise

Banjo and guitar lessons

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Melissa Wright

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I am a singer, songwriter, and performer currently located in Harpers Ferry, WV. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, I became a member of a duo called

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Voice, Guitar, Piano, Songwriting, Early Country Music

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Menes Yahudah

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Menes Yahudah is an Artist and Cultural Arts Educator. He is the President and CEO of Urban Foli Djembe Orchestra Performing Arts, Inc. His musical career has span

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Traditional Djembe and Dundun technique and rhythm

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Bob Zentz

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Smithsonian Folk-Legacy recording artist BOB ZENTZ is an award-winning singer, songwriter and songfinder, and multi-instrumentalist, now in his sixth decade of performing, with stops along the way including

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Folk music, songwriting, storytelling, traditional instruments

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