Other camp counselors include Teddy Andreadis, who’s worked with Guns N’ Roses and Alice Cooper, Rusty Anderson, who’s worked with Paul McCartney, producer/songwriter Mark Hudson, Alan White of Yes and Slim Jim Phantom of Stray Cats as well as some special guests.

Campers get treated like rock royalty for five days – forming bands, rehearsing, attending master classes, recording an original song at Capitol Studios and taking part in a concert at the Whisky A Go Go.

Registration is available at RockCamp.com.

A $500 discount for the 2009 package ($7,999) is available to those who sign up before Dec. 22. And for tag-along spouses, a companion package for $699 includes access to the Fantasy Camp evening activities, dinners, master classes and the concert at the Whisky.