Band to Join, Vocalist, Lead Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Keyboard, Electronic Music.


Most importantly, so as not to waste anyone's time or heartfelt enthusiasm, I could care less about playing out for money. That's not my thing. I have a five day a week professional career. Music is something that I continue to do, and always will do, because it's a natural part of who I am. I simply have a very real need to play and develop myself musically, so for me, music is a priority. I would like to find a band to fit into, or be apart of a project with an interesting musician or two. I love to creatively improvise, as well as to lock down. In whatever musical project I'm a part of, there will hopefully be room for both of these stylized attributes for me as a bass player. For the last 25 years or so, I have been mostly focused on developing myself in an original context, rather than in a cover band situation. Whereas I definitely love to write and signify myself as the unique player that I am in an original sense, I also enjoy playing select covers and achieving the select tones that the players who recorded those classics have come to be known for.

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Aug 30 2016
Active over 1 month ago
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2-3 times per week


Too many to name them all individually. However in short all those amazing 70s hard, heavy, & progressive rock bassists. Everyone Rock, from Geezer to Geddy. I also draw a great deal of influence and inspiration from the many more so advanced players like Clarke and Claypool as well. However these are inspired novel aspirations that I have as an electric bassist, and I do not pretend to be in a league with such virtuosos in the least. Albeit, I do have some serious chops of my own.

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I'm a gear head fruitcake of the first order. In terms of studio and/or performance gear, my needs are very few, but for some reason, even after 40 years the darn pile keeps growing! ;-)