Brock will be the special guest for a seminar at School of Rock headquarters in Philadelphia on Valentine’s Day and then perform Frank Zappa music with the All-Stars at stops in New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New York through Feb. 22.

Wetton takes over special guest duties Mar. 3 for four shows performing the music of Asia, King Crimson and U.K. through Mar. 8.

Green founded the performance-based school for kids ages 7-18 in 1998 as a way to revolutionize music education across the nation and produce the next generation of rock stars. It has since spawned 45 chapters around the country.

“Even after all this time, all our expansion, and everything we have achieved, the best way to teach kids to play music remains the same: load them on a bus and take them out on the road to play music,” Green said in a press release.

The program offers weekly, individualized instruction sessions along with group rehearsals and performances at established venues such as B.B. King’s Blues Club & Grill, The Whiskey A Go Go and Carnegie Hall or festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and Germany’s Zappanale.

Green’s establishment was also said to be an inspiration for the Jack Black comedy “School Of Rock.”