Lesson Testimonial

Guitar Student - Age 15

Since my son started private instruction with Casey, a passion for playing guitar has been fueled. Nagging to practice has been replaced with nagging for my son to take time from playing to finish homework. It is not uncommon to hear guitar music coming from my son’s room once all are in bed - possibly a parent’s dream problem? Through his inspiration and instruction, Casey has helped my son find a passion. Most importantly, my son has said that “Mr. Frensz is a great teacher and friend. He teaches at any pace and helps me learn by playing music of interest to me.” Casey’s impact can possibly best be summarized by my sons comment, “Mr. Frensz is also a great person.” Casey has been everything we were looking for: talented musician, inspirational teacher, down-to-earth person, and a great friend-mentor.


Lesson Testimonial

Guitar Student - Age 14

Casey Frensz has been my son’s guitar teacher for 3 years. My son started lessons in 8th grade and absolutely loves it. It’s clear that Casey has a talent and passion for connecting with middle and high school students, drawing out of a real love and understanding of music. He’s always professional, on time, and enthusiastic. I highly recommend him as a music teacher.


Album Reviw

For Captain Queso and the Revealing Science of Groove

Published 4/23/2109 by Divide and Conquer

“This release is an experimental funk album somewhere between Parliament-Funkadelic and Frank Zappa. It’s a fully realized album with rich instrumental work and catchy melodies that would sound good at a party or give you a little extra motivation while working out at the gym.”

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Album Review

For Captain Queso and the Revealing Science of Groove

published 3/4/2019 by Jamsphere

“Throughout his musical expositions Casey allows us to observe his many procedures, whilst the walls of his music magically sedate us. If after listening to “Spaceship Stereo” and “In The Groove”, you believe that he is a genius and a visionary, or even merely, an overrated screwball, there is no doubt as to his abject refusal to play by the rules.”

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Album Review

For Spiral

published 5/4/2017 by Divide and Conquer

“Each song assumes its own character; the funkier tunes contain various horns and trumpets while the mellower, hippie folk ballads throw occasionally depressing, yet honest and gratifying lyricism for the listener to relate to. There isn’t a track on this album that is forgettable, nor are there moments where I felt that Frensz was sulking too much. The artist excellently balances varying emotions to compose a project that is compelling and easy to relate with, for we’ve all been through tough spirals of our own.”

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“These songs are fluid, morphing, psychedelic gems. The virtuosity and creativity contained within are truly inspiring. The collection of songs on the album “Identity Games” encapsulates the sound of a bygone era that I think really defines the spirit and daring that made it so engaging. This album seems to me to be as much a musical statement as a great collection of songs. I hear an artist committed to songwriting and performance as an art form, and to the listeners who are willing to explore with his material.”

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Album Review

For Identity Games

Published 9/25/2018 by Tunedloud