Guitar, Bass and Ukulele
Bradd Poole has more than 20 years of stage and studio experience. He joined his first band Delta 9 at the age of 15. Drawing from influences like Duane Allman (The Allman bros) Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top) and Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bradd began to developed his own style. Bradd enjoys teaching beginners the love of music as well as helping experianced musicians expand their musical vocabulary.
Bradd has played with many great musicians and bands including. The Funky Kings, Man Made, Zangaro, Kate & Corey and The Law Band.
Currently Bradd plays guitar in his band DynaGroove and also does session and studio work for local artists and producers. When Bradd is not teaching or playing he spends his free time recording bands in his studio and shooting videos all over Atlanta. Promoting local music and introducing his 2 children to the wonderful world of Music.
Guitar, Bass & Drums
Kris Anderson is a highly accomplished guitar, drum, bass, and ukulele instructor. A graduate of the Atlanta Institute of Music, Anderson holds the 2016 teacher of year award from the Atlanta Society Of Entertainers. Kris has had the honor and pleasure of teaching country music legend Travis Tritt's two sons for almost 5 years now. Kris has proficiency in a variety of different styles; including jazz, country, rock classical, and punk. An active performer, session guitar player, and songwriter, Kris has toured internationally both performing and hosting clinics in Italy, Poland, Great Britain, Germany, France and several other European countries. Among the many accolades and achievements he has gained, Kris has had the opportunity to work with Grammy award winning artist such as Bryan White with his classic country group Kris Anderson and The Would Be Thieves and Such names as Doyle Dykes, Richard Smith, and Thom Bresh with his Dixie Jazz group The VaudeVillains. Kris has been featured on several esteemed local and national radio programs as well as television. Not only does Anderson maintain an active membership with the Nashville Songwriters association, but he is also an established member of the Atlanta Guitar Guild and an endorsed artist by Fred Kelly Picks, Cleartone Strings and Eastman Guitars
Voice, Guitar, Flute, Piano
Carrie King is a published songwriter and session vocalist who has had the incredible opportunity to perform with acts such as Alabama, Brad Paisley, Steve Green and Laura Story. Originally from Southern California, she grew up surrounded by music singing from and early age and playing instruments (piano, flute, and guitar) shortly there after. Carrie received her Bachelor of Arts degree from California Baptist University with a dual emphasis in Vocal Performance and Theory & Composition. After graduating she moved to Nashville to pursue her graduate degree in Music Composition at Belmont University.
Carrie has taught students from the ages of 8 to 60+ and believes in an individualized teaching method for each student. Music should be a place where we can explore the different ways we learn and express ourselves. No two lessons will ever be the same. Carrie believes students should love what they are learning while also be stretched and challenged at an age and experience appropriate level.