Stanley Sheldon

Stanley SheldonStanley was born in 1950 in Ottawa, Kansas where he joined his first band, The Lost Souls. His first recorded work with Peter Frampton was the wildly successful live album Frampton Comes Alive in 1976. Sheldon also played on subsequent Frampton albums, I’m in You and Where I Should Be. In 2007, he contributed as co-writer and bass player on Frampton’s Grammy winning instrumental album Fingerprints. He was part of Frampton’s touring band on the 2011 UK leg of Frampton’s Thank You Mr. Churchill tour, Frampton’s hugely successful world tour in 2011-2012 celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Frampton Comes Alive and Frampton’s Guitar Circus tour in 2013.

Sheldon has a passion for teaching and, when not touring, he is offering bass lessons for students of all ages at Blues to Bach Music Center in Shawnee, Kansas.

Stan teaches: (Saturday)

Stanley teaches: Bass Guitar.

Trey Green

Trey GreenTrey has been playing bass and guitar since 2001. He has studied bass under Kevin Payton, Stan Sheldon, Gerald Spaits, Ron Stinson, Jim Mair, and Bram Wijnands. He has participated in several music programs such as Big Band, Latin Band, and Jazz Choir at Johnson County Community College and Kansas City Community College. Trey has played with many local groups including 3 Son Green, Relentless, The Jeremy Nichols Band, and An Alien, playing a wide range of music from country, According to to experimental rock, to straight-ahead jazz.

Trey teaches: (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)

Trey teaches: Bass Guitar, Guitar, Ukulele.