SEEKINGKeyboard, Bass Guitar.
Jumped back into the scene a few years ago as the drummer for the reincarnation of FAST Suzi. Now that the band's been appropriately plugged - here's the dirt on me:
I've played for 34 years and still try to practice everyday. I have professional gear and transport. I also have a family, a professional career with a fairly predictable schedule so I've gotten back into recreational gigging. I have been professionally trained via lessons for many years, and can read music. More importantly, I'm told I have good meter. I tend to practice with a metronome at least twice a week 'cause no one is perfect.
I'm told I have an immense music library as I've been collecting for many years. I'm very confident I could easily nail down anything in a few minutes.
Let me be clear - I'm very committed to doing this for fun.
Band contacts: ://./fastsuzi
Personal contacts andyman1970 at
Looking for a bass player for a hard rock band. Must be at least in your thirties / forties or fifties, no younger. Hard rock and some 80's metal, along with some possible originals. We practice twice a week and are looking to gig only a couple of times a month. Only those individuals with lives besides their bass guitar are invited. Please have good gear and love 70's and 80's hard rock. No poser metal, no nu-metal, but no Doors, Doobies type classic rock. Think Humble Pie, Aerosmith, Bad Company with some Whitesnake too. We rehearse in NW burbs. Email for more info. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY!!!!
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Apr 27 2007
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Moderately Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
ABC - Anything But Country
Primarily 70s 80s and 90s rock with strong influences from Queen, Rush, Peter Gabriel, David Bowie, Dream Theater, Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, Meat Loaf, Iron Maiden, Journey, The Tubes, UFO, Bad Company you get the idea.....
7-piece Pearl BRX Black Sparkle with massive support from Zildjian, Tama Iron Cobra, Remo, Pro-Mark, Gibraltar, and Roland. This is the kit I practice on. This is the Steinway configuration that doesn't leave the house until we get that get at Wembley...
Gigging kit is a 6-piece Pearl BRX in Midnight Fade - no rack, just a few stands with the necessary fixin's
I collect (and make) snare drums - for you snare whores out there, here's the current arsenal: 2003 Masterworks 12x5.5 2004 Ultracast 14x6.5 2005 Virgil Donati and Eric Singer Signatures 2004 Sensitone Brass 13x5.5 2005 MMX 14x5.5 Diamond Burst (black hardware) 2006 MRX 14x6.5 Silver Sparkle (satin hardware) 2005 BRX 14x6.5 Black Sparkle
And the crown jewel is a one of a kind beauty from Pearl: 14x8 Masterworks Free Floating Comet Sparkle Black Hardware ;)