Rock Mamma

Blog URL: http://www.RockMamma.com

Rock Mamma exists to help parents in the Twin Cities experience Rock N Roll music with their kids in a healthy, productive way. I’m a single mom who has walked that journey with my son. He is now grown and is pursuing a career in rock music.

Located: St Paul, Minnesota
Tags: Parenting, Rock Music, Teens, Tweens, Parent Child Relations, Concert, Music Lessons

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This Blog Has Moved To…. on Aug 7, 2011 in Uncategorizedhttp://schoolofrockmusicmn.com/blog/...



Music Camp Teens Love on Mar 2, 2011 in Education, Parenting, Summer Camp, summer campTeens love School of Rock music camp because they live the ultimate rock star dream.



Buy A Guitar For Your Child With These Tips on Feb 21, 2011 in Education, Music Equipment, buying a beginner guitar, buying a first guitar, buying a guitarWith summer camps just around the corner, you may be considering a guitar camp. If so, you may need to buy a guitar. If you've never bought a guitar before you may be a bit overwhelmed by all the choices, the options and the price points.



Clutch Drummer Conducts Private Workshop for School of Rock Students on Feb 19, 2011 in Education, Professional Musician, , Clutch, Jean-Paul Gaster, music, rock music, School of Rock, Twin CitiesJean-Paul Gaster, drummer of rock band Clutch, jams with students at School of Rock St. Paul, in St. Paul Minnesota. Clutch is on tour with Motorhead. While in Minneapolis, MN for their sold out show at rock club First Ave., Jean-Paul came to School...



Mother’s Challenge on Feb 2, 2011 in Parenting, Mom, parentingWhen my son was about five years old a friend of mine shared this poem with me.  I have had it sitting on my desk in a small acrylic frame for the past 16 years.  It has provided me with, perhaps, the best parenting guidance I’ve ever receive...



Grade Your Parents – Suggests A Florida Lawmaker on Jan 31, 2011 in Education, Parenting, Mom, music, music education, parenting, School of RockThe parents I think would be the most amazed in a "Grade Your Parents" program are the parents who are too actively involved in their children’s education. The term for them is “helicopter parents” because they hover over their child. I kn...