ProSound Music Lesson studio offers the best music teachers in the state of Colorado. Our teachers are very passionate about teaching, are are very dedicated to their students. Our goal here at ProSound is to have the student performing on-stage after six months.
We currently offer lessons for the following instruments:
Drum Lessons by Billy Grimes
Billy Grimes worked on his Music Education Bachelors of Arts Degree at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas back in the mid 1970’s. Billy continued to study music and computer science and graduated at Regis University in Colorado Springs in 1999. Billy became a professional musician at age 18, and since then, he's performed on many stages and recorded in central Texas studios. He has created his own “Dragon Head Studios” originally located in Palmer Lake, Colorado. He started teaching Drums in 1980 and has continued teaching out of his home studio and instructing Drum and Bass Guitar students at Pro Sound Music Colorado Springs. Billy has worked in many local bands including, Grimes Brothers Revue, Slammer, Lynx, RockFish, 440 Deluxe and Dr. & Uncle Johnson Blues Revue. Billy has joined many musicians on stage: The Pierce Brothers, Keg Belly, Smokey Will Logg, Kenny Grimes, Chris Wall and Gary P. Nunn.
Bass Guitar Lessons by Zachary Irish
Zachery has a deep passion for the bass guitar and is currently enrolled in college to get a degree in bass performance. He has played in multiple bands both with novice musicians and much more experienced veterans which gives him a perspective on the struggles of a fresh musician. He has a wide variety of musical tastes for both old and new genres such as metal, progressive, post rock, alternative, and funk but is not limited to just that. He teaches many styles of bass technique such as finger style, slap, picking and more. He believes that students should be directly applying the knowledge they learn in fun ways that will keep their interest up and help them discover their musical talents and passions.
Guitar Lessons by Robert Beard
Guitar Lessons by Raleigh Naas
Raleigh learned to read, play, and perform music with the trumpet from 6th to 12th grades. He started learning guitar when he was 15 years old. When he was older he played guitar and bass guitar in various Rock and Blues bands. Raleigh also played bass in a Stevie Ray Vaughn tribute band called Crossfire. In 1998, they sent a demo tape of their band to Wolfman Jack’s son who signed them on for a nationwide tour afterwinning it. After he left the band, Raleigh spent the next several years learning as muchadvanced guitar as he could, which included formal lessons as well as lessons from a virtuoso guitarist which included chords, chord progressions, scales, arpeggios,modes, reading and writing music, flat picking, finger-picking, slide, classical,shredding, and much more. Raleigh has taught guitar for about 6 years including the Colville, Washington school district in a classroom setting for alternative and gifted students for one school year just prior to moving to Colorado Springs.
Piano & Voice Lessons by Bryan Hunley