Randy Blythe With School Of Rock

Watch Randy Blythe Cover Lamb Of God, Bad Brains, Corrosion Of Conformity & More With Aspiring Musicians


This past Friday, December 03rd saw Lamb Of God, etc. frontman Randy Blythe lead a workshop of aspiring musicians enrolled at the School Of Rock Doylestown. In addition to sharing his experiences in the music industry and the secrets behind his vocal techniques, he also took to the stage to jam with a house band of young musicians.

Together they rolled through Lamb Of God‘s “Laid To Rest“, “Walk With Me In Hell“, along with covers of Corrosion Of Conformity‘a “Hungry Child“, the Bad Brains‘ “Big Take Over” and The Stooges‘ “Down On The Street“. Fan-filmed footage from the night, which was billed as ‘An Evening With Randy Blythe‘, can be found below.

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Blythe himself commented of the experience:

“It was an absolute pleasure to work with the kids at the School Of Rock Doylestown. The students were all well-rehearsed, super polite, and – most importantly – present while we were practicing for the evening’s performance. In this modern era of incessant technological distraction, to be around teenage kids who were 100 per cent focused on expressing themselves in a creative manner and communicating with each other in the special way that only band members do made me so very happy.

The students practiced very hard under the tutelage of competent instructors, because the songs we played were not easy. Once we hit the stage, they performed well. I had so much fun! I would recommend School Of Rock Doylestown to any parents with kids who want to make music. Playing music with other people is about effective communication and focusing on a common goal. I’ve always said the world would be a much better place if everyone could be in a band just once in their lives, and that is exactly what the School Of Rock Doylestown provides!”

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