SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Keyboard, Piano.
Bravin is a Michigan based musician and veteran of the Detroit scene. He has performed and recorded with many of Detroit's most notable acts, including Polymer, Widetrack, Queen Bee and 60 Second Crush.
"At heart I'm a rock guitar player, but these days I'm looking to do something a little different with original music. I'd love to explore funk, soul, R&B, folk music and jazz - in a rock context. Make some music the world hasn't heard yet while kicking everyone's butt."
bravinneff at g-m-a-i-l dot com
Also find me on FB.
- Screen name:
- Bravin Neff
- Member since:
- Sep 15 2021
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
Rock. Jazz. Jazz Fusion. Metal. Funk. Motown. Americana. Folk.
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Lead Guitar:
- Acoustic Guitar:
If you have to ask...
Gramma Chicken Year: 2020 Genre: Progressive
I just produced this a couple months ago. It's just me having fun in the home studio, doing my rock instrumental guitar thing.
Farewell 2020 Year: 2020 Genre: Rock
I hope you love this song as much as you hated 2020, because if it had any words that's what it would be about.
Having fun in the home studio, but this time with a 1990 Fostex R8 8 track reel to reel machine.
Bushes Year: 2005 Album: Polymer II Genre: Rock
This is a Polymer song (Polymer was an original band I formed in 2003). It's one of those songs that came together in like 1 day. I'm playing the guitar parts.
The Darkest Hour
The Darkest Hour Year: 2005 Album: Polymer II
A song about love that has overstayed its welcome. This is another from my Polymer days, one of the tunes whose music and words I wrote.
Not on My Watch
Not on My Watch Year: 2016
For a moment I got it in my head to do 1 minute long instrumental type stuff. This is one of those.
Next to None
Next to None Track number: 3 Year: 2000 Genre: Rock
Kind of reaching back here - this is from 2000, during my bachelor pad days. I was messing around in Cubase with my buddy Cole Garlak, who wrote the words and sang.