Dickenson County | Teaching and Performing Artist
Areas of Expertise:flatpicking guitar, mountain banjo
Pierceton Hobbs is a young songwriter, musician, and cultural organizer from Dickenson County, VA. Hobbs first started performing at the age of 13 on regional radio and as a solo artist. Over the course of the last decade, Hobbs has immersed himself in the repertoire of hillbilly music native to the coalfields. His primary instruments of choice are guitar, fiddle, and banjo. Hobbs curates several after-school Junior Appalachian Musicians affiliate programs in Southwest Virginia and Eastern Kentucky and performs in the Virginia-based string-band The Laurel Hells Ramblers.
I teach at a pace of instruction that is catered to the needs and interests of each individual student. My teaching is accessible to students at all levels of proficiency.
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Some Supplies You Might Need
The student should supply their instrument of choice, strings, and a tuner as well as exhibited proficient knowledge of the platform of instruction (i.e. able to use Zoom and email correspondence for tablature)
Minimum Performance Rate
Technical and Venue Requirements
I do not have any particular requirements!