the great musician Charlie Hemler Photo by Drew Lahr

The great musician Charlie Hemler ’16
Photo by Drew Lahr

Charlie Hemler ’16 has always had a special talent with music. Ever since the sixth grade talent show where he was able to preform “I’m yours” by Jason Mraz, everyone has been excited when he takes the stage to sing or perform. The young musician is in a band called “Bored of Education” but that is not the reason this story is being written. Besides the band’s creative name, Hemler has decided to write his own music, and he is in the process of doing so.

The PAW sat down to ask him some questions to get a more in depth look at his talent.

How long have you been playing the piano, guitar, drums, and singing?

“I have been playing the piano for 10 years, the drums for 5, the guitar for 6, and I have been singing for as long as I can remember.”

Does your band, Bored Of Education, do any concerts? If so which ones?

“We are scheduling some gigs at local restaurants over the summer and we are also participating in the Maple Grove battle of the bands in June” (That’s on June 13th if you want to check it out!)

Do you ever preform on your own?

“Yes I do sometimes, but if I do, it’s in front of friends or family. Nothing ever too big.”


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