Georgia Cancer Specialists (GCS) President/CEO Dr. Bruce Feinberg and his son Daniel were featured in the August 2, 2004 edition of People magazine in an article about “Camp Jam Atlanta,” a “summer camp that teaches kids the rock numbers that ruled long before Britney was born.”
Daniel, age 10, provides the humorous opening quote to the article, titled “Kid Rock,” saying, “In the past, when I’ve tried to put a band together, it’s never worked out.” This summer, however, Daniel had the chance to rock with other youngsters and learn about music in the process. “Now I know what it’s like to play and not sound terrible,” Daniel said in the piece.
Being into classic rock, and being good at it, shouldn’t come as a surprise to the young rocker, as his father, Dr. Feinberg, has rock roots.
“I was a Deadhead before I went into medicine,” Dr. Feinberg said in the article.
Jeff Carlisi, former guitarist for the rock band .38 special and founder of “Camp Jam Atlanta,” coined the camp motto that says it all: “No canoes. Lots of rock.”