Julie Spicer:

Julie has been on the staff of the DSRP since it opened. Well versed in many aspects of putting music together, she teaches keyboards, vocals and runs the Kidz Rock Program.
She received a Bachelors in Fine Arts from Wayne State University but has learned most of what she knows from being a professional musician. She has taught classical piano for many years and is a member of The American College of Musicians/Sponsor for The National Guild of Piano Playing Auditions (18 yrs). She has been Musical Director for musicals at Macomb Community College and Winking Owl Productions and accompanied many students at their school Solo and Ensemble contests. She has played in pit orchestras for musicals and sang in choirs for many years.
Her rock and pop experiences include being a member of The Square PegzThe Rick Nease Band and The Party. Music has given her the opportunity to play venues such as Mackinaw Island, Put-In-Bay, Nashville, Fort Myers Beach, Royal Oak Music Theatre, The Magic Bag, Sterling Fest, MGM Grand, The Whitney, Motor City Casino, The Renaissance Center,  and many weddings, corporate events, local restaurants, and large festivals.
Julie lives in Berkley, Michigan with her husband.

Ron Abraham:

Keyboardist and vocalist Ron Abraham has a long history of performance in the Detroit area.  While most recently known as member the popular Mega 80s, and as a founding member of the rock band Room 13, Ron has a diverse background as writer and producer for many Detroit artists.

Though primarily a keyboardist, Ron began playing at age 6 as a drummer, and has also studied voice, guitar and concert percussion.  He was a music theory major at the University of Michigan, and studied acting at Oakland University.

In 2012 Ron formed Vendetta Media, a company to combine and focus his producing, writing, advertising, graphic art, and business experience.

Ron has taught piano and voice at The Detroit School of Rock and Pop for a number of years, taking great satisfaction in helping people learn in an amazing, creative environment.

Ron lives in Rochester Hills with his wife Kate.


Tony Nouhan:

Tony Nouhan is a classically trained vocalist from Detroit, Michigan. Growing up in the home of Motown gave him much love and respect for all genres of music. But it was rock, soul, and funk that would shape him as a musician. After receiving many Detroit Music Award Nominations and winning Best Vocalist in Germany at The Emergenza Festival, he would soon move to California to participate in the music scene there. While in Los Angeles, he toured with various acts such as Fishbone, Slightly Stupid, Pepper, and The Dirty Heads. He recorded 10 independent albums, wrote and recorded jingles for Pepsi Maxx, Sprite, Mini Cooper, Sears and many others. He then went on to mentoring and coaching young musicians and bands all while singing and playing keyboards for legendary Blues Guitarist, Gino Matteo. Tony and his wife are very happy to be back home in the Motor City. And Tony is excited to  be a part of the vocal staff at The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music!

Tony lives in Roseville with his wife Stephanie.

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