SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Violin, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Fiddle, Drums, Dobro, Bass Guitar, Banjo, Acoustic Guitar.
I'm a full timer, I play lounge acts, weddings, a two hour dinner theatre, musicals for pro theatres and schools, jazz cafes, and anything in between. I'm always looking for more gigs, more places to play, more people to play with, anything and everything. I've been playing since I was 4, and over the years had waaay too much free time, so I picked up anything that would make noise and played with it.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Oct 17 2007
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 6-7 nights a week
- Most available:
Very Heavy Jazz, Bluegrass, Irish, Punk
Less So Gospel, Country, 80s Glam Rock
A little of Classical, Rap,
Very little if any Soul, R&B, Hip Hop, sad to say
Full Keyboard, PA, Various Mikes, Taylor 712C Acoustic Guitar, 1964 Fender Strat, 1919 Gibson Mandolin, 1885 Stand-up Base, 1922 Chickering Baby Grand
Doodles in Cm
Doodles in Cm Year: 2007 Genre: Jazz
Random doodles in Cm
Closer to Fine
Closer to Fine Year: 2005 Genre: Alternative
I did this with some friends a couple of years ago, so the quality isn't great, but it's still a fun song. I'm playing rhythm guitar, the acoustic lead, and singing the guy part (doubled).
Eight More Miles To Louisville
Eight More Miles To Louisville Year: 2007 Album: The Good 'Uns Genre: Bluegrass
This is from the CD I just put out with my Mom, actually. She's singing and playing banjo, and I'm playing Guitar, Mandolin, Bass, and singing the high Harmony.
Rachmaninov's Prelude in C#m
Rachmaninov's Prelude in C#m Year: 2006 Genre: Classical
This is the Ubiquitous Rachmaninov Prelude that everyone plays. Yeah - that one. The really fun and loud one. Yeah.
Not Sure Yet
Not Sure Yet Year: 2007 Genre: Other
So, I couldn't sleep last night, so I sat around goofing off with a First Nations Drone Flute, and came up with this, which I recorded in my home studio. I like it, but it's the product of very little sleep and even less conscious thought.
The Bardstown Episcopal Church is hosting a series of benefit Classical concerts to raise money for a new roof, or something. Sunday, Nov 4th, 3PM the series is kicked off by Nathan Bowman, playing a variety by Beethoven, Debussy, Rachmaninov, as well as jazz standards and the public debut of his latest sonata. Admission is free, with a suggested donation of $10.
The Pink Door, 10 PM, Friday Night. Think Who's Line is it anyways? I'll be playing backup piano for these guys, who are absolutely phenomenal. Good times, I think it's a $5 cover.