We are very happy to announce that, at no cost there is now a student reading
lesson plan available (written by Mr. Oetiker, Teacher/Educator) that
match's the curriculum of the Santa Clara University (SCU) Character Based
literacy (CBL) Program.
DON'T SHOOT! I'M THE GUITAR MAN lesson plan teaches information every child
needs to be aware of as they make their choices into their adulthood.
Students will learn the knowledge that if they do not show restraint, they
will be restrained by the Justice System. This most powerful student lesson
plan has students keep Word Wall List’s, as well as settings,
character and Page Number List, which is provided in this lesson plans. You
can have your students keep a page of list of Adverbs and a page of a list
of Adjectives. They should be required to have in their English section of
their ring binder that they turn in every morning for points towards their
Sebastopol author and musician Buzzy Martin will be signing copies of his book “Don’t Shoot! I’m the Guitar Man,” at Copperfield’s Books in Sebastopol on Thursday, Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. READ MORE
Buzzy Martin and the Buzztones at the Sonoma County Fair, CA 2010 - "Rock This Town"
Buzzy Martin and the Buzztones at the Sonoma County Fair, CA 2010 - "Great Balls of Fire"
Buzzy Lectures at Santa Rosa Junior College Administrators of Justice
Buzzy and the Buzztones at the 2010 Apple Blossom Fair
Buzzy and the Buzztones at the 2010 Sebastopol Fourth of July Fair
Don’t Shoot! I'm the Guitar Man
Strikes Movie Deal
August, 2010 Recoil Magazine When Buzzy Martin took his first walk into the gates of San Quentin Prison, he had no idea that his life's journey would become a published book and a feature film. READ MORE
Rock-n-Roll Ranch Internet Radio Interview
July 5, 2010
Don’t Shoot! Just give the man a movie deal
April 14, 2010 Sonoma West Times & News Oprah never called back, and the City of Santa Rosa passed him by, but Penguin Books has come around and Prodigy Entertainment is set to make his book, “Don’t Shoot! I’m the Guitar Man” into a movie. READ MORE