Layla Souers
1400 South Lincoln Ave, O'Fallon IL, 62269
Instruments: Electric Bass, Guitar
Styles: Jazz, Rock - Alternative, Blues
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 7 years
Rate: $34 / hr
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Personal Statement
Music became a major inspiration in Layla's life at an early age. She began singing at age five and wrote her first song at the age of seven. As a teenager she took a huge interest in guitar players like Steve Vai, Eddie Van Halen, Yngwie Malmsteen and Joe Satriani. She studied jazz guitar at SIU Edwardsville, IL. Once in college, she discovered players such as Pat Metheny, John Scofield and Wes Montgomery.

She has been playing guitar now for 20 years and teaching for seven years. Layla is a musician who loves to teach and also has years of experience playing live as well as doing recording work.
Education / Training
Have you always wanted to learn to play the guitar? Learn the fundamentals of music and how to play your favorite songs from Layla.

Learn chords, songs, theory, composition, technique and have fun learning the guitar!

Layla teaches beginner to advanced guitar and bass for all ages using quick and easy to understand methods.

Layla currently teaches a broad range of music including rock, alternative, metal, jazz, blues and country. She attributes her ability to teach effectively to her education and her strong passion for music.

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(618) 632-4671


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