Meet 4-yr-old Paxten, who plays ukulele & piano, and sings with her music! Paxten is an aspiring songwriter who, at the age of 4, has already written a couple of big hits in our music community.  One of her original songs is called “Giddy Up”, which tells the story of her favorite horses and very special places in her life (she likes this song the most).  Although she is very self-motivated and creative with her songwriting, Paxten is also influenced by her favorite artist, Grace VanderWaal, who she saw win “America’s Got Talent” in 2016.

When asked what she likes most about music lessons, Paxten says that she likes cheering her friends on at recitals (what a big heart!) and simply practicing her ukulele, which both make her feel very happy. She likes to practice her music when she is camping, and also when family comes over to visit with her love for performing.  Outside of music, Paxten enjoys bike riding, skiing, and camping.  And when she grows up, she wants to be a “bike riding musician”, teaching other kids how to play music!  She believes that music helps to change the world by making people dance.

According to her instructor Katie, Paxten is able to write songs quickly based on a new idea learned in a lesson.  Once Paxten has an idea, Katie says that her “stream of consciousness” takes over from there to make it into a song.  Keep up the great work Paxten!  We are excited to see the great things to come with your music!

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In November of 2015 I had decided to really start learning how to play the Guitar after years of just knowing a few Chords and Rhythm and playing the same old stuff over and over, and through a business relationship I found out about Music Flow Teaching and little did I know at that time what a huge impact this was going to have on my life. My goal in the beginning was to learn how to Solo and not just copy or mimic what other Guitar players had done but be able to create my own solos, I was shocked at how quickly my Instructor was able to get the basic scales needed to start this process going, and how fast I was able to absorb these techniques and forms to get started on my journey to my Goal. Now that I have been doing this for over a year and a half it seems like every lesson just provides a quicker learning experience as I get more and more of the capabilities in my hand. I really like how my Instructor is able to adapt quickly and change from lesson to lesson to work on a technique or form instead of just sticking to some plan that someone else has developed. What I have learned since starting with Music Flow has affected my life in more ways than just music alone, it has reignited a passion that had been gone for a long time as I look so forward to getting home and playing everyday, it has also helped every other part of my life as well. I now seem to focus on task better and and pay more attention to detail than before I started on this journey. From the deepest part of my Heart I would like to just say Thank You Music Flow Teaching and I cant wait to see what the next year holds because if it is anything like the last year my advancement will be exponential.

Jeff Miller, Music Flow Student