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Brett Landrum

Brett started playing guitar at the age of 12, and after starting college studying engineering and later changing to biblical studies, he finally realized he should have been a musician the whole time.

He is an active performer and teacher in the Dallas area for the last 4 years. He studied in the private studio of UNT professor Noel Johnston and his musical influences include The Punch Brothers, Eric Johnson, and Charlie Hunter. He is the lead guitarist for Catholic contemporary rocker Tori Harris and is one half of the Jazz/Folk duo Gin & Bones. He also does sound production and guitar tracking for Community Life Church in Sunnyvale.

Brett has a passion for quality music education. He arranges and writes original pieces for many of his students, and a lesson with him will always be the most musical part of your week.

Centre for Musical Minds
Brett Landrum