Tim Madden Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher
Tim Madden got his start playing guitar and bass in bands in high school. He focused initially on writing his own songs and singing, then eventually moved in the direction of being a hired gun. He attended the College of DuPage in Chicago, where he studied jazz guitar, vocal performance and music theory. He has played guitar in tribute and cover bands, for musicals, in mega churches, backed up recording artists and played in his original band, Leeloo Dallas. Currently he is the lead guitarist for the Top 40 cover band Swagger. He is a guitar and bass guitar teacher at School of Rock Champion Forest.
Megan Townsend General Manager
Megan joined School of Rock in January of 2017 as a vocal instructor and became a manager just 10 months later. Since then, she has worked at The Woodlands, Kingwood and Champion Forest locations. Megan has a Bachelor's degree from Sam Houston State in Music, and is currently working towards an Associate's degree in Business. Her passions are singing and playing bass guitar, painting, attending church and spending time with her family.
Rhueban Williams Guitar Teacher, Bass Guitar Teacher, Drum Teacher, Piano Teacher
Rhueban was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has been playing drums since he was two years old. Later on down the line, he picked up guitar, bass and keys. Rhueban attended Berklee College of Music in 2017 and is into funk, R&B, rock, jazz and pop music. He also listens to a lot of Prince, Michael Jackson and pretty much anything old school.
Angeles Milan Guitar Teacher
Angeles is a guitar and vocalist. She directs Rock 101 and Rookies. Angeles started as a student at School of Rock when she was 18 years old and was hired as a Studio Coordinator soon after. Music is her passion and she couldn't imagine a life without it.
Adam Doxey Music Director
Adam Doxey began his School of Rock journey almost eight years ago. Since then, he has helped open The Woodlands, Champion Forest and Cypress locations. As a co-owner of School of Rock Cypress, Adam has been a powerhouse Music Director in the Houston area. He is a keyboardist, first and foremost, but also teaches guitar, bass, drums, ukulele and percussion. In his free time, he attends Lone Star College for Voice and Saxophone, and participates in the Concert Choir and Jazz Band there. He is the Music Director at School of Rock Champion Forest.
Trey Morgan Drum Teacher
Trey Morgan is a student of music, has spent the last couple of years at Blinn College studying under the direction of Dr. Sarah Burke and Professor Todd Quinlan, and is getting ready to take his gift of music to a four-year college. He is originally from Austin, Texas and has now relocated to Houston, where he commutes to Brenham to teach as well as play gigs with his band, Kites. He loves all types of music: gospel, jazz and soul are just some of his favorites. At School of Rock Champion Forest, Trey teaches drums to all ages.
Ryan Wilburn Assistant Music Director
Ryan Wilburn is a musician, songwriter, producer and audio engineer in Houston, Texas. Ryan began his musical journey at age 10, playing percussion for his school's band program. Ryan went on to play in the marching band on drumline and in the wind ensemble all four years of high school at Tomball High. While in high school, Ryan found his love for playing the drum set and music production, sending him off in pursuit of other musicians to form a rock band. Ryan played with a few local bands, in which he was heavily involved with writing and producing. In 2014, Ryan played at the Ziegenbock Music Festival with the Charlie Robinson Band in front of 4,000+ attendees. Shortly after, Ryan went on a monthlong tour around the southeast region of the US with a band known as The Rise of The Broken. While on tour, Ryan met producer and owner of BlackBook Sound Robby Joyner, which began his career working as an audio engineer. Ryan has worked with many local bands in the rock/metal scene but one in particular, Fire From the Gods, is one of his most notable achievements.
London Lawhon Piano Teacher, Vocal Instructor
London Lawhon is an alternative pop/rock singer/songwriter from Houston. London has been performing professionally as a solo artist for over six years and worked with School of Rock Cypress for almost two years. While teaching she played shows across Houston, Dallas, Nashville and Los Angeles, New York and many more. London completed her debut multi-song EP. London will be featured on "American Idol," and when she isn’t performing enjoys spending time with her corgi Bean. She is a piano teacher and vocal instructor at School of Rock Champion Forest.