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Senator Jason C. Priest


Little Rock Jams

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Little Rock Jams

Background Information

Employment History

Independent Director

Pulis Real Estate LP

President and Portfolio Manager

J. Priest Investment Management Inc

State Senator



Hamilton Venture Group, LLC

Instructor - Personal Financial Planing and Investment Course

University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies

Associate Portfolio Manager

T.E. Financial Consultants Ltd.

Associate Director - Broadband Process

AT&T Inc.


CFA Institute

Global Association of Risk Managers

Chartered Financial Analyst


McClellan High School


Acadia University

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Little Rock Jams - Guitar, Bass, Drum, Piano and Vocal Instructors [cached]

Jason Priest

Guitar/Bass Instructor
Over the next 20 years, Jason studied privately with several teachers in Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee, as well as taking guitar electives at UALR. Early in his 20's, Jason learned to play bass and keyboard to aid in creating his own music, an eclectic blend of funk, rock and jazz.
During this time, Jason was actively climbing the corporate ladder in his career with AT&T, but always took advantage of opportunities to play and teach when available. In 2006, Jason finally decided to pursue his true passion for music and open Little Rock Jams. His intent was to create a lesson studio in the Central Arkansas area that would offer both lessons and jam opportunities for the students, as well as create a studio that would instill into all students a passion for making music.

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Consistency is also highly important, and that's where parents come in, said Jason Priest, owner of Little Rock Jams. Parents should encourage and support regular practices to ensure their children achieve their goals. Priest said when kids get in the habit of practicing, they see improvement and playing becomes fun.

"Once they've got the basics, it's time to make music," Priest said.
The fundamentals of musical theory and reading music - all part of music lessons - are something that kids can build upon for the rest of their lives, he said.
Children also need a creative outlet to express themselves, Priest said.
"They get the discipline needed to practice and the dedication to progress," Priest said.
Most music educators recommend starting lessons around age 5, but Priest said it's never too early to introduce kids to music. That can mean simply allowing young children to listen to music or playing musical games.
When looking for a studio for their child's music lessons, Lewis and Priest suggest looking for family-friendly environments that encourage parents to take active role.
Priest said most instructors can offer suggestions for instruments within all price ranges.
For example, parents and instructors should discuss their goals and expectations for the lesson, as well as time and financial commitments, Priest said.
They have about 220 students, Priest said.

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Jason Priest of Little Rock Jams is running a new blog series called My Life and Music. He asked me and a handful of other guitar bloggers to tell their personal musical life stories. His blog caters to his local guitar students in the Little Rock area, and this series is meant to inspire and educate his students about spending a lifetime with music.

Check out the nice things Jason said about me:

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Montana State Senator Jason Priest (R - Red Lodge) carried several bills which attempted to stop the Affordable Care Act. Now that session is over, Priest chairs the Children, Family, Health & Human Services committee which oversees DPHHS and specifically the Medicaid system.

Priest says dealing with the increase in Medicaid enrollees will be one of the most difficult budgetary decisions he will have to deal with in his tenure.
"The people who wrote Obamacare view the number of people on the system as an achievement. They look at adding to the roles as an achievement. Whereas I have a very different view. An achievement is creating an environment of job growth and prosperity where fewer people need your services. They see victory as more people on the system," says Priest.
Priest says legislative staff is looking at ways to squeeze costs out of the Medicaid system so Montana can add the new enrollees.
"We are looking at Medicaid reform and we're looking around the United States for innovative policies for managing costs," says Priest.

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Jason Priest of Little Rock Jams is running a new blog series called My Life and Music.

Check out the nice things Jason said about me:

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