GroMusic Jam Sessions
Next Jam Session
All Ages. All Genres. Always Free.
First and foremost, GroMusic is about musical fellowship. As a community where the only necessary common interest is a love of music, GroMusic is a great opportunity for people from all types of musical backgrounds to share insight with one another – to inspire, teach, learn, network, and of course, JAM!
Whether you play a musical instrument, sing, or compose music, we want to hear you! If you want to meet other musicians, improve your own skills, or workshop your original material in a relaxed and judgment-free live environment, we’re here to help!
Jam Sessions are hosted every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month from 6 PM to 9 PM at Bomb Shelter Rehearsal Studios in Garden Grove, CA. Playing space is provided – all we ask is that you bring an instrument and whatever you need to be heard!
If you have any questions feel free to contact us at: (714) 248-6268 or at Info@LetsGroMusic.com
HOPE TO SEE YOU AT THE NEXT JAM!
Check out the audio clips from our most recent jam sessions!
GROUND RULES OF THE JAM
– Discrimination is strictly prohibited in regard to race, ethnicity, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability, skill level, and other personal characteristics
– Respect others’ opinions and ideas
-Sexual harassment is prohibited
– Weapons and violence of any type are prohibited
RESPECT THE PREMISES AND THE RULES OF THE STUDIO
– Pets are not allowed on the premises
– Smoking, drugs, and alcohol are prohibited
-Vandalism of premises is prohibited
– Respect other musicians on premises
– Avoid entering other rehearsal rooms
RESPECT THE RULES AND FORMAT OF GROMUSIC
– Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult at least 18 years of age
– Avoid touching recording gear or PA system
– Respect each other’s space and gear
-Ask before using others’ instruments
– Respect the microphone. Avoid playing or making noise while others are speaking.
– Respect each other’s sound. Listen to what your fellow jammers are playing, and avoid overpowering them with what you are playing.
– Make sure you are in tune
– If one person is soloing, make sure your playing and volume level is accommodating them.
– Only one person soloing at a time.
– Pay attention to signals given by the directors and fellow attendees during a jam.