Isn’t the music scene of Hampton Roads just lovely? It’s exciting, it’s thrilling and it’s inspiring! Norfolk, Chesapeake and the Virginia Beach areas have been the cradle of legends like Ella Fitzgerald, Robert Cray, Ruth Brown, Tommy Newsom, Missy Elliot, Timbaland, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo to name a few. They are the hotbeds of a booming music scene and in keeping with the spirit of the same, Fox Music of Virginia Beach has now upped its operations to include all of Hampton Roads. One of Virginia’s premium and most innovative music training schools, Fox Music of Virginia Beach now music enthusiasts from all over Hampton Roads. It’s our little contribution to the thriving music scene of VA. And if you’d like to contribute too, come join us at our studio in 1115 Independence Boulevard, Suite 201, where we train, coach and teach music – right from singing to playing the guitar, saxophone, cello, piano, violin and a range of other instruments. Our innovative 10-level learning curriculum is deigned for efficiency. Not only do you learn from skilled singer and instrumentalist themselves, but also learn it at a faster pace, thanks to our structured approach. We talk about efficiency here because that is the need of the hour. The Hampton Roads region has seen several performers rise quickly to prominence. Bruce Hornsby, Juice Newton, Seven Mary Three, Steve Earle, Gene Vincent, Gary Bonds, Keller Williams, Clipse, Nicole Wray, Teddy Riley, Magoo and Quan are just some of the numerous people who started out in the smaller live music arenas of the Hampton Roads and went on to gain national prominence. There’s no reason you can’t. Besides, the benefits of singing or playing an instrument are more than just a shot at name, fame or stardom. Music makes people (both performer and the audience) happy. It instills confidence, improves self-esteem and adds a warm feeling of overall well-being. Precisely why Fox Music Virginia Beach now serves newer regions – to reach more people and add more music to VA. The more the merrier right?