Rockstars of Tomorrow

Frisco, TX




Move over Cowboys! Rockstars of Tomorrow Music Academy in Frisco is the first and only location to open in the Lone Star State of Texas! Bringing the community a new and exciting way to learn how to play all of your favorite styles of music with a reinvented approach that keeps aspiring musicians engaged and always wanting more.




 We stand by these core values:

• To connect our students, their families, friends and fans with the community in a unique and memorable way that has a life-changing impact.

• To add value by providing a safe and fun resource for kids and adults to learn together.

• Through a network so strong that it extends well beyond just music lessons. All of which is happening daily.



 2800 square feet of inspiring creative space is just the tip of what you’ll discover here in this studio. State of the art music equipment and technology, full-service recording studio, uniquely designed lesson rooms for private, family or group classes plus a fully stocked live performance theater complete with stage, full backline and sound system. These are the core tools of what you’ll need to get you noticed when you’re the one live on stage.



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Where was this place when I was a kid?  Rockstars Of Tomorrow is a truly special place. Amazing to see the interaction between the students and the instructors, truly incredible. The vibe of the school is totally about being yourself and learning. I have seen many performances and I am truly in awe of what these kids can do. The instructors truly care about teaching and mentoring.

Scott DineenLas Vegas, Nevada

I can’t say enough great things about Rockstars Of Tomorrow! My teenage granddaughter has been going here for about a year. Her teacher are just amazing at what they do, and as people. They are all very positive, caring, and supportive role models. They are able to relate to her in a way others can’t. Michael Anderson is so supportive and upbeat while encouraging each student to challenge themselves. He takes time to speak to each student, and the parents to make sure they are happy and moving in the direction they want to be. We are proud to be a part of the Rockstars’ family.

Suzi D.Downey, California - Yelp

Fell in love with Rockstars Of Tomorrow the moment we stepped in the door. Not only is the environment the coolest ever that it makes you want to hang out for hours, but all of the instructors are true professionals, super encouraging, friendly, and make learning music a blast. Plus, this is so much more than just a place for music lessons. They have tons of events that students are encouraged to perform in such as open mic nights, weekend jam sessions, and even gigs that Rockstars finds for them. This is the best place ever!

Heather PetrovskyJamCore Mom – Facebook

Excellent place to learn to play or sing. Super talented instructors teach guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and singing. They get these kids rocking in their first lessons using music and genres they are interested in. The kids get to get out and perform live. I can’t say enough good things.


Louise M.

Corona, CA – Yelp

Louise M.Corona, California - Yelp

I started going to Rockstars of Tomorrow a couple years ago to learn music theroy. Jeremy Godo was my teacher and an MI graduate. He really challenged me. After 2 years I feel very comfortable with music theroy  now. I have way more command of my instrument and have improved greatly as a player.  Jeremy is a very passionate teacher and we have become good friends too. I’m no longer a student there but very thankful to have had the opportunity to be part of the school. All the teachers work tirelessly and as a bystander, they give a lot to the students and community.


I’ve also recorded my bands demo at the school and it was very well done by Ben Rico. Thanks also to Chuck Jackson and Michael Anderson. You and your staff are  providing an excellnt service to the kids and community. Thanks again for having me!

Signed- your oldest student (Rockstar of yesterday) lol!!

Joe L.California - Yelp

Rockstars of Tomorrow is not your average music school. My Daugther had been to several other schools in Orange County and Riverside prior to joining the Rockstars family and nothing compares. The best way to describe it, is when you sign up it’s like you are signing onto a record label. All the shows and concerts are the real deal. They’re not lame little recitals at a local School gym or crammed in a class room. Their shows are at real venues and local public spots with People showing up to see a show or concert. They instill confidence and teach to shred what ever instrument you want. The Employees are always positive and willing to help. They go above and beyond your expectations to take your music to the next level. If I could give them 10 stars I would.

Chris C.Norco, California

Rockstars of tomorrow  is an awesome experience for kids of all ages.. both my girls were in dance, sports, and other activities growing up but they just never seemed to find their niche . Rock school is the first activity they absolutely love and stuck to. The teachers and other students are like family to us.. watching their band class progress from day 1 of picking songs to a rock show for all their family to come watch is just amazing to me.

Sally B.Corona, California

More Than Just Music Lessons

Meet The Frisco Team

Noah Myers


Noah began his musical journey at the age of 8 when he took his first guitar lesson and quickly showed a passion for the instrument. By the time he was 10 years old, he was gaining experience by gigging with bands, playing in a worship band at church, and attending weekly blues jam sessions. From junior high through high school, Noah attended the acclaimed “Orange County School of the Arts” in Santa Ana, California where he refined his ability to play various styles from rock and blues, to classical and jazz. Since then, Noah continues to regularly play with the faculty and students at the University of North Texas, where he is currently pursuing a degree in jazz performance. Noah’s patient and receptive approach to teaching focuses on helping students reach their goals, while instilling in them the technical knowledge that will elevate their playing.

Sarah Ledford

Voice • Piano/Keys • Guitar

Sarah Ledford began her formal training at the age of 11, has been singing professionally since 2008, started producing in 2017, and performing in DFW under the stage name L25 as an electro pop solo artist in 2019.
Since launching her solo music brand, she has developed herself in every possible role in the pursuit of self-management and promotion. She built her own website, manages her bookings and social media, and writes, films, and edits her own short skits and promotional videos to grow her brand.
She has performed at multiple music festivals including She Rock, Thin Line Film and Music Fest, and is a part of the team at Girls Rock Dallas; a week long summer music program where students are able to experience what it’s like to form a band, write their first song together, and perform for their family at the end of the week. Despite all of her different titles, Sarah is a vocalist first and foremost with a love and passion for using the voice as an instrument to express all human emotions.
Sarah released her debut EP Paper Cages in February 2020 and is in the process of filming her first 3 music videos as well as releasing several more singles this year and her sophomore EP sometime in early to mid 2021. She is excited to share her experience, passion, and knowledge with her students and build them up to become the performers, musicians, and vocalists they strive to be.

Mathew Luter

Piano/Keys • Drums • Recording • Songwriting • Trumpet

At the age of 6, Matt Luter began his journey in music at the keys of a piano. He started taking private lessons at the request of his mother and great grandmother, as all of his childhood friends were doing. Matt quickly realized his love for music and practicing piano never felt like homework. In the first 2 years of learning the piano Matt was picked out of 10,000 students in southern Louisiana to perform at an honors recital. He went on to win several awards in excellence while taking part in district events with the Louisiana Music Educators Association. He continued private piano lessons and local competitions into his teens. His love for music was expanded when he began playing the trumpet. He would go on to play several brass instruments, and teach new students entering band, encouraging them to learn new instruments and hone their skills to better perform. He was elected Drum Major of his school’ varsity band while also pursuing another instrument, the guitar. Matt was then chosen to play in a special performance with the New Orleans Philharmonic Orchestra. Music continues to dominate his life, teaching music privately, instructing students in piano and theory as well as recording and composing for independent film and music projects.