Voice & Vocal Coaching

Eric L Copeland


Eric L. Copeland II was born in Kansas City, Kansas the oldest of three children to Eric and Stacy Copeland.  Before Eric turned two, he could be found tinkling with the keyboards and singing, and by four years of age was singing solos in pre-school programs and the church choir.  It was clear that Eric had fallen in love for the first time, with “music”.  Eric continued to sing every chance he could at home, at church, as he walked the hallways of his school, and the neighborhoods of Wyandotte County.
Eric was exposed to numerous competitions in the local community of Kansas City.  He began singing in all of the top choirs of his schools, including acappella and concert choirs and also received multiple accolades and top place awards for vocal performances.
After high school, Eric would continue to pursue his love for music through his attendance at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee as a Music Major. This would build upon Eric’s love for music in a more expanded way and expose him to different genres of music including classical, jazz, and opera.  Eric was selected to the historic and world renowned Fisk Jubilee Singers as a freshman and through traveling and performing and touching the lives of so many people through music, this confirmed that this was exactly what he wanted to do.
While at Fisk University he became member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, Incorporated. He participated in various musical events on and off campus and began developing his brand and artistry. After graduating Eric continued his pursuit to share his gift with the world by auditioning for community musical productions, singing background vocals for various artist, performing studio work and enriching the lives of children in the arts. His ultimate goal is to become a humanitarian of the arts and to continue to elevate in Gods perfect plan over his life.
Currently, Eric is pursuing the Masters of Music program at California State University, Northridge. While activating his artistry and sharing his music on a broader scale he also desires to give back to the community. At Monster Music Lessons he plans to do that and more.

Jaki Nelson

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Jaki Nelson was born to an entertainment family. She began learning piano at the age of 8 and has continued her study of the instrument to this day. She has taken vocal lessons from the best, including Rosemary Butler, Monica Margolis, Alexis Lopez, and Hannah Ferber. She began her recording career at the age of 17 with a song she engineered herself, titled “Take My Hand” that went worldwide, debuting on BBC radio, and getting picked up by Mau5Trap Records, a partner of Capitol Records. Jaki has begun her teaching career at Monster Music Lessons and looks forward to taking on new students to help them explore their creative instrumental and vocal abilities.

Alexis Stone Lopez

Pop, Rock and R&B

Click here to watch Alexis compete on American Idol!Alexis was born in August 1984 in Modesto, CA. She attended Woodrow Elementary, Somerset Middle School, and Fred C. Beyer High School.Shortly before graduation from high school, she decided to audition for the first season of American Idol. So, at 17, she skipped school just before finals to drive more than 300 miles alone to Los Angeles for a 40-second audition. Although competing with more than 10,000 Idol-hopefuls, she made it all the way to the final Wildcard competition, before leaving the show.After graduation, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her music interests. She attended Pierce College in Woodland Hills, CA, where she studied Linguistics and Music, and then went on to earn a full scholarship to the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA.Alexis has been working in recording studios since she was 14 years old, not only as an artist and studio vocalist, but also as a recording engineer and a producer. Although her primary focus has been on her education, she has also managed to tour with several major acts at venues including MGM Grand, Cal Expo, Universal Amphitheater, and other major locations across the U.S.She is currently back in the studio full time, working to complete a volume of songs, to draw from for her upcoming album.Alexis is Available for Private Lessons Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.



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  1. I have been obsessed with singing my entire life. I’m the person that all my friends and family will say to me, “You sing almost every second of every day non stop”. I’ve never really told anyone this but I feel I was born to sing and that it is something I can’t live without. I don’t think I have gone a day without belting out a Rihanna song. Every one I have ever sang in front of has told me they loved my voice and it gave me such a confidence boost. I was in all the plays at my elementary school and was one of the lead vocalists. Every chance I get to sing, I’m singing. It’s weird to say this but I honestly feel it in my soul. Singing brings such a crazy rush within me. I have always thought singing was going to be something I was meant to do with my life but never pursued it. Everyone tells me, “If you don’t sing professionally, it will be a waste of a voice.” I have NEVER had professional voice lessons in my entire life. I am 18 years old and feel the need to start now because I feel it’s the best time to do so.

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