Pop-Vox Band ‘Copper Dolls’ Debut LIVE Performance at Studio B

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Our newly formed Pop-Vox band ‘Copper Dolls’ made their debut appearance LIVE at JumboNote Studio B performing a cover of Adele’s ‘Water Under the Bridge’. ‘Copper Dolls’ are coached by Ms Chantell Nohra and will participate in our upcoming ‘Showcase Concert’ and ‘Battle of the Bands II’. ‘Copper Dolls’ lineup from left to right is Larissa White, […]

Student Tara Wylie Releases Debut Single

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13 year old talented JumboNote Music School student Tara Wylie not only plays guitar well & sings like an angel… she now writes her own songs and has just released her debut single ‘Future Ahead’! Tara is one of JumboNote’s busiest music students, not only does she do weekly lessons in guitar and singing…. she […]

Band Jam Release ‘Sweet Child O Mine’ Video

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JumboNote Music School teacher Mr. Manuel Andrade has just released a fourth video with a group of his advanced students performing Guns n’ Roses “Sweet Child O’mine” as heard on the Album “Appetite for Destruction”.  According to Manuel, “the aim of the project was for each student to perform and capture a faithful representation of each instrument as heard […]

JumboNote TV is here!

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We are proud to introduce JumboNote TV…. a monthly program which will be broadcast throughout our waiting rooms and Youtube Channel featuring, news, events, performances and anything to do with JumboNote Music School.         Episode 1 Hosts: Tara Wylie & James Grbevski Special Guests: Paul Zissis, Jaydn Wilson Editor: Amy Micallef Producer: […]

JumboNote Students Record Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’

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JumboNote Music School guitar/drums/bass teacher Manuel Andrade and a select few of his students took to JumboNote’s Studio B over the school holiday’s to create a cover of Metallica’s hit ‘Nothing Else Matters’. Manuel Andrade prepared all students throughout the term by teaching  them their parts of the song, then set about recording each student […]