12th Annual Flatpick Guitar Workshop Weekend
  March 18-20, 2016

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Instructors

Saturday - March 19, 2016
Bob Minner- Guitarist in the Tim McGraw Band

Missouri native Bob Minner grew up in the rich bluegrass traditions of the
Show-Me state, but for the past 23 years he has been the acoustic guitarist for
country superstar Tim McGraw. Bob has played on many of Tim's number one hits
including "Live Like You Were Dying", as well as being a writer with songs cut
by Blue Highway, Dailey & Vincent, Shannon Slaughter, Special Consensus and others.
  Bob is a respected flat pick guitarist, having twice won 3rd at the
National Flatpicking Championships in Winfield, KS in 1986/87. His solo cd
"There & Back & Back Again" gained favorable reviews in Bluegrass Unlimited,
Flatpicking Guitar, and Country Weekly.
  As a clinician, he brings
considerable skills from his 23 years in Nashville.
 


Sunday - March 20, 2016
 Jake Workman - Guitarist with Driven




Jake Workman is a full-time musician, performing and doing session work around the state and country while also teaching private lessons in Sandy, UT. He graduated in 2011 with a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Guitar Performance from the University of Utah. While having studied music formally in school, much of his learning has come from "on the job" experience using his skills over many genres. He plays guitar, banjo and mandolin professionally and has won many awards on each. Jake made the top five in the National Flatpick Guitar Contest in Winfield, KS in 2009. He placed 2nd in the National Banjo Contest twice in both 2010 and 2011, also in Winfield, KS. He is also the 2010 1st place Texas State Flatpick Guitar and Banjo champion. His main group, Driven, is based out of western Kansas and performs at various festivals and venues in the mid-west and throughout the country year-round. You will also see him with the Jake and Rebekah Workman Band and the Aaron Ashton Band.



MARRIOTT ST. LOUIS WEST

660 MARYVILLE CENTRE DRIVE
ST. LOUIS, MO 

Call -  314-878-2747 and ask for the St. Louis Flatpick rate.




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