by Jarrett Martineau
| October 3, 2008 at 09:04 am
NME is reporting that members of famed musical acts like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and The Beach Boys will be participating in an upcoming Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in the UK.
Members of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd have signed up for the UK version of Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp.
The US institution sees participants sign up for a week-long masterclass with rock heroes, getting the ultimate training for living the rock dream.
But don't get it twisted.
Although the program will indeed feature musicians that have been affiliated with these bands, it's not like Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, and Brian Wilson are along for the ride.
Instead, you'll get rock tutelage from the slightly lesser-known collaborators and 'occasional members' of these legendary acts.
Confirmed to aid the course so far are former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason, AC/DC alumnus Chris Slade, Aerosmith producer and songwriter Mark Hudson, Mott The Hoople's Mick Ralphs, and The Beach Boys' Jeffrey Froskett and Kip Winger.
All it costs is the tidy sum of £7,500 to participate and you too could be rockin with the lesser-best of 'em.
For £7,500 participants can spend six ten-hour days jamming, recording and socialising with the stars at Abbey Road in the lead up to [a gig at Liverpool's Cavern Club joined by original Beatle Pete Best].
The UK rock camp will be held at the legendary Abbey Road Studios
from November 4-9, 2008.