The Rock Project Denbigh was where the Rock Project all started. On October 4th 2005 the doors opened for the first time in this small marlet town in North Wales. The network has grown to over 90 schools across the UK and Ireland and Spain
Up until 2015 the Denbigh session was still run by the company founders, Stuart and Lowri Wynne, but, with the growth of the network they are spending more and more time developing the brand across the country.
The Denbigh sessions are now in the capable hands of Josh Owen. Josh has been with The Rock Project since day one in 2005. He has worked up from a student aged 7, during which time he was the first ever winner of the Junior Student of the Year Award as well as becoming Senior Student of the Year a few years later. He then went on to university whilst continuing as a bass tutor, and has now progressed to becoming the manager of the Denbigh sessions - Nearly 15 years in total!
Josh is a well established musician, having played in bands for many years, including The Cherokees & Hollows as bassist. Whist touring with Hollows, Josh shared stages with bands such as Feeder, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Shed Seven and Ten Tonnes.