Jacob Bigus is a singer-songwriter and electric guitarist based in Lawrence, KS. His love of music began at an early age learning to sing prayers with his family at Synagogue. He played clarinet in the various school bands during his years in middle and high school in Paola, KS, moving into the guitar at age 11. Jacob holds a degree in Jazz Guitar from the Conservatory of Music at UMKC, studying under Bobby Watson and Rod Fleeman. Jacob teaches from a curriculum he designed under the instruction of classical virtuoso, Doug Needs . A versatile musician himself, he teaches and plays classical, jazz, bluegrass, folk, pop, blues and rock styles of guitar. Jacob’s lessons are available for beginning, intermediate and advanced levels of acoustic and electric guitar, focusing on chord rhythm, scales, improvisation, feeling of the heart, music theory, ear training, and songwriting. Jacob is famous in the Lawrence School District as the substitute teacher with that “Unicorn Song.” More information on Jacob (and the Unicorn Song) can be found at www.jacob-be.com