Excerpt from Fox News: Campers Live Their Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy:
The camp's five-day syllabus sounds like a teenage boy's idea of heaven: Morning classes on musicianship with rock stars like George Thorogood, Vince Neil of Motley Crue and Poison bandmates C.C. Deville and Bret Michaels, followed by afternoon jam sessions with "the professors." It's all wrapped up with a battle of the bands at the House of Blues in Los Angeles.

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"There are rules in rock 'n' roll, one of them being whoever comes on board in the camp has to be extremely accessible," he said. "We're not going to hire an ---hole or anyone with an ego that won't fit into the size of Texas."

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Naturally, the price is heftier than a concert ticket. The camp costs $4,900 and includes the cost of the equipment used. The students are generally in their 30s and 40s, and include doctors, lawyers, a vice president of Nabisco, and a housewife, all with varying levels of musical ability.

Thorogood, a first-time teacher, said he didn't know what to expect, but hoped his students don't mind if he tries to impart a love of the roots of rock 'n' roll.

"There might be 100 Britney Spears fans or whatever, and then the day will be very short. Or it might be people who love the music, and then it will be long, which is a good thing," he said. "Do you want to learn something authentic and take it somewhere, or do you want to do a Pepsi commercial?"
That's funny ... They said they're not "going to hire an ---hole or anyone with an ego that won't fit into the size of Texas."

So what on earth is Vince Neil doing there? I suppose somebody has got to teach the trainees how to get good and drunk and then curse out your fans when nobody is singing the words to your songs.