July 18, 2005
As schools across the country cut funding for music and art programs, Dr. Phil looks at how music enhances self-esteem, improves kids' math and reading skills, and helps them stay out of trouble. Find out how the power of music can change your child's life.
Dr. Phil and Robin can't carry a tune, but they've done everything to support their younger son Jordan's guitar playing.
Jordan and his band, The Upside, often perform at the Roxy in Los Angeles!
Multi-platinum artist Brian McKnight performs his hit "Back at One," and advocates keeping music programs in the schools.
The Levite Camp
An amazing group of young people says they'd be stealing, doing drugs and failing school if not for one man and his passion for bringing music into their lives.
Far From Punk
Eleven-year-old Kiki wanted a guitar more than a Barbie Doll. Find out how music changed her self-esteem, and even her math scores!
Dr. Phil announces the winner of his talent search, and the Crenshaw Elite High School choir performs.
By Kevin Sharp
For a list of state music education resources from the Music For All Foundation, click here.