Professional six-string shredder Ron Worrell has honed his craft under Grammy-winning jazz musicians and guitar players for Michael Jackson and Jeff Beck. From his studies, he has gleaned the best ways to show beginners the ropes. Lessons for the acoustic, electric, or bass guitar take place in the student's home, at Ron's Music Row studio in Nashville, or even online.
Though the walls at The Royal Brush are painted in a rainbow of colors, the pottery pieces that line the shelves stand out as white, blank canvases. Dishes, cups, and figurines await coatings of provided paints, welcoming fledgling artists to unleash their creativity or to fulfill the weekly quota of spilling paint on their shirts. The studio welcomes parties for special events such as birthdays, bridal showers, and ladies’ nights and encourages planners to bring their own food and beverages, including BYOB drinks for adult gatherings.
Music Lessons Will Travel (formally known as Music Lessons On Wheels) is a mobile music teaching service that was formed in 2002 by Andrew Hooker. Based in Franklin, Tennessee, we provide mobile music lessons in Franklin, Brentwood, Bellevue, and Thompson Station, Tennessee.
The ATV has revolutionized off-roading, traversing terrain inaccessible to cars with more speed than a bicycle and more stability than a dirt bike. Four Wheelin' Expeditions' staff knows the advantages of an extreme off-roading vehicle, which is why carry a fleet of Yamaha, Kawasaki, Polaris, and Can-Am ATVs. Their single-seaters transport riders through rocky terrain with the agility of a mechanical cheetah. Four Wheelin’ lets riders rent for a half or full day, with guided tours available at nearby parks.
Before joining forces, Jennifer Goldstein-Fritz and Alba Gonzalez-Nylander spent years pursuing their individual passions for video, honing their craft separately at renowned companies including FOX, E!, and CBS. Eager to venture out on their own, the two women joined their talents in 2010, co-founding AJ Media Services with the goal of combining their knowledge, with services that include bringing major-media quality techniques to home movies. In the years since filming their first promo, Jennifer and Alba have worked tirelessly to create polished, unique moving pictures via a host of services, from video production to duplication and transfer services. To create immersive digital experiences, AJ’s virtual tours throw viewers into smooth, 360-degree views of spaces, from the dining room of a recently opened restaurant to a new home’s finished basement and its organ-playing phantom.
“This is not a gym,” Kelly Barbera told Southern Exposure Magazine in 2010. “This is a boutique-style studio where everybody knows everybody.” Kelly, a former acrobat, and her husband, Joey—a former wrestler—run Temple Fitness. In their cozy orange-and-highlighter-green space bedecked with inspirational quotes, the two line the walls with everything comprehensive fitness programs need, from kettlebells to a room dedicated to TRX equipment. The studio wears many hats, with the two designing an assorted handful of fitness and health modalities: boot camp for women, strength-training camp for men, baseball cross-training, personal training, and nutritional planning.
Together, they push exercisers through routines characterized by an abundance of positive feedback and motivation, a hallmark of their gym. Periodically, the two open the facility to host Able Youth nonprofit boot camp for kids confined to wheelchairs.