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Nile's Karl Sanders Offering Guitar Lessons On U.S. Tour

Karl Sanders of Nile will be offering guitar lessons for players of all levels across the U.S. during the upcoming 2010 Fall Nile tour with Roman-themed Ex Deo, Tasmanian tech-death band Psycroptic, Norwegian extreme metallers Keep of Kalessin and brutal death grind act Pathology. Each session will be a half-hour individual lesson for $50. E-mail NileGuitarLessons@gmail.com to sign up. The lessons are available during the band's tour on the following dates:

10/31 - Volume 11 - Raleigh, NC
11/01 - Headliner's Music Hall - Louisville, KY
11/02 - Sonar - Baltimore, MD
11/03 - Crazy Donkey - Farmingdale, NY
11/04 - Rocko's - Manchester, NH
11/05 - Club Hell - Providence, RI
11/06 - Peabody's - Cleveland, OH
11/07 - Blondie's - Detroit, MI
11/08 - Reggie's Rock Club - Chicago, IL
11/09 - Station 4 - St. Paul, MN
11/12 - El Corazon - Seattle, WA
11/13 - Hawthorne Theater - Portland, OR
11/14 - Slim's - San Francisco, CA
11/15 - Ramona Mainstage - Ramona, CA
11/16 - Key Club - Los Angeles, CA
11/17 - U.B.'s Bar - Mesa, AZ
11/18 - The Rock - Tucson, AZ
11/20 - Emo's - Austin, TX
11/21 - The Warsaw - Houston, TX
11/23 - Club Firestone - Orlando, FL
11/24 - Culture Room - Fort Lauderdale, FL

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1. sfp writes:

Cool idea, I think more bands should do this

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2. WOLF7 writes:

Yep. Gotta pay the bills somehow. Since no one buys albums anymore and bands barely get paid for the gigs, why not?

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3. deathbringer writes:

I think it's a smart move and bit of entrprenuership. More bands should do it. You don't have to be the best musician to teach someone something (just don't charge an arm and a leg and expectations won't be sky-high).

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