Band to Join, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar.


Looking to join a group playing blues, classic rock, country rock, southern rock, or any combination of those genres. Or would like to reform my group MGB with a guitar and bass to play the above genres.

Have been playing drums and singing for several decades and have lots of experience gigging. Have played in backup bands for Dale Hawkins, Berlin, and Faron Young. Grew up playing Zep, Hendrix, Cream, Yardbirds, and other classic bands.

Have played recently with the group "Proof 102" and before that with my blues group, MGB. MGB was the blues from the perspective of the rock remakes of the originals, i.e. Yardbirds, Zep, ZZ Top, and others with a rock edge. Have lots of experience with promoting - including band photos, ads and flyers, demo cd's - and seeking gigs and have some contacts with clubs/bars. View the sample set list in photos. Contact bflem at y-ahoo dot com.

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Member since:
Jan 04 2015
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week


Power trios like Cream, Hendrix, others include Yardbirds, Zeppelin, Mountain, Police, Beatles, Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, James Brown, Funkadelic, Gene Watson, Willie and Waylon, Pure Prarie League, Blues masters: Howlin' Wolf; Robert Johnson; B. B.; Freddie King; Buddy Guy; Lightnin' Hopkins; Muddy Waters; etc. . . .

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Background Singer:
Other Percussion:
Electronic Music:


A set of Ludwig Centennial Series "Zeppelin" configuration - 26", 18", 16", 14" in mahogany burst that I use for gigs, and a rehearsal set of Yamaha drums refinished in red sun burst: 24" bass, 18" and 16" floor toms, 3 mounted toms (though usually use only one), dynasonic and dDrum snares; double bass foot pedal, assortment of Zildjian, Paste, Sabian cymbals; 15" hi hat and 12" hi hats; electronic drum kit; several PA systems with speakers, microphones, mic stands and other PA equipment, cables, etc., and a lighting system suitable for club gigs. Ready for any gig . . .