Mark Jones Music Lessons

Mark Jones Music Lessons!

Learn to PLay Clawhammer Banjo with Mark Jones Music LessonsThis is just a note to remind you that my new website “Mark Jones Music Lessons” is up and running in it’s basic format.

I will be posting the follow-up stories to the “Banjo Lesson’s Anyone?” post below on the new page instead of on the Recording Studio site.

Mark Jones Music Lesson’s Site
And his Claw-Hammer Banjo Lesson’s Videos

Once we have the site up and running and Mark Jones posts his Banjo Videos, we will be inviting  other musicians who want to teach their instrument via videos to join us and make this a good place to learn how to play music, enjoy it and share it with others. We think the music is an escape for everyone in these hard times. Music is something that everyone enjoys. To be part of it by playing with others is a true meaning of joy. It is fun for the players and fun for the listener.

I have posted my second update here:  Mark Jones Music Lessons

Here are a list my webmasters posts about my site:

Follow along on both of our sites to learn how we interact and what work is involved from the builder and the client.


My Webmaster is: Jay Mueller | Making Money on the                                Jay Mueller | JayLynne Enterprises

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Mark Jones, Danny Dozier, Ramona Jones, Alisa Jones Wall, Ruth McClean, Ron Wall, Larry Sledge, Greg DavisMark Jones Music Lessons – Check us out as we build the site.

Everyone that comes to this site knows that my wife and I run a recording studio and I play the Clawhammer style banjo as well as other musical instruments. You probably know that I still play with my mom and the Jones Family Band, like at the Annual Grandpa Jones Tribute Show last September at the Ozark Folk Center here in the photo (with Mark Jones, Danny Dozier, Ramona Jones, Alisa Jones Wall, Ruth McLain, Ron Wall, Larry Sledge, Greg Davis). But, many of you don’t know that I actually have a job. I make a regular paycheck working in the Music Department at the Harrison, Arkansas Independent Living – Employment Training Center. We provide assistance and training for people with learning disabilities to help them develop useful skills which they can use in everyday life that most of us just take for granted. This training can allow these folks to become fully independent with skills to contribute to the local community. What I noticed is that everyone likes music even if they can’t play. Continue reading

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