Joshua Cline has been exposed to music his entire life with southern gospel and classic rock influencing him in his early childhood years. This love of music led him to joining the Teasley Middle School band program, where he studied to play tuba, read bass clef, and gain appreciation for other genres of music. After a year of playing tuba, Joshua's desire for learning a stringed instrument led him to learning bass guitar under the instruction of Adam Davenport in this very music shop. Within several years of lessons, he learned to play a variety of different styles and techniques to help him excel in learning songs and improvising. Since his lessons, Joshua has auditioned and participated in high school district honor bands, professional studio work, and has performed several gigs in the Metro Atlanta area. As a teacher, Joshua plans each of his lessons to the needs of every individual student because he understands that everyone learns differently, and he wants to ensure that they are successful in what they want to accomplish.