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Bilbrey/Phillips for Kids!

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Label: Kent Bilbrey Productions LLC

Manager: Frente DeVante

Bio: Hello! Thank you for visiting our Kids Music Page! We hope you and your little ones have a great time here! Let us know what songs you love and what songs you would like to see on here! We want to be a local Christian resource of happiness for all children. Do you home school? Allow us to be a pa... See Full Bio

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We're number 24 on the ReverbNation Childrens charts for US. http://www.reverbnation.com/bilbreyphillips

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Aug 14, 2014
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  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist) Chuck Brunicardi
    "Down in The Valley" superb work and arrangement of a classic. LA best wishes.
  • MykoMan (Artist) MykoMan
    SoundsGreat! ThanX!! Mykoman
  • Eddie Ray Franks Jr (Artist) Eddie Ray Franks Jr
    Dropping by to show support and wish much success with your music. Have a great weekend. Eddie Ray
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Q: I have heard you also do lessons. Can I get information on guitar lessons for children?
A: I will happy to discuss lessons for a child. Beginners are tough to work with! Motivation and support of the parent is essential. As each student is different, so goes the lesson plan. Feel free to call me at 865-406-5517 and we'll discuss your child's music journey and how to get started on it!

Asked by Cindi Beck. Answered on Thu Jul 31 2014