Accordion, Acoustic Guitar, Bagpipes, Banjo, Cello, Clarinet, Dobro, Fiddle, Harmonica, Harp, Keyboard, Mandolin, Other, Other Percussion, Steel guitar, Trombone, Trumpet, Ukulele, Upright bass, Vocalist, Vocalist - Alto, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Tenor.


uw-madison poli sci grad 2016...waiter at a restaurant hotel. annoyingly passionate. don't have a definitive style, just looking to get a group of inspired prodigies together, invent a sound, and change the world. nbd. hate to comment on my guitar playing since it's so subjective. rhythm i can play creatively; lead depends on the style-shred the sloppy blues but not technical enough for metal and not enough theoretical knowledge for jazz. voice like fergie and jesus..jk, full baritone but can get a belt up there, though i typically stay in mix. been writing softer stuff but have a strong growl in a rock setting. haven't decided on the sound to go with yet

not for anyone needing to make money to pay rent this month. not for anyone with firm roots in wisconsin, dipping as soon as logistically possible. have 8 originals that need to be converted from solo acoustic to whatever frankenstein we build, but they're a start. more prepared than it may appear. haven't played out much, but ive day-dreamed it like a billion times and that's the same right 😎

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Under 10
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More than 3 times per week
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4-5 nights a week
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this part feels so cliché. everything from the doors to joni mitchell, bb king to parachute, led zeppelin to Bread, dave matthews to green day, Korn to Colbie Callait? never cared about genre, just the feeling invoked. very particular to nirvana but idk if kids these days can handle that level of real

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yeaaaaah about that... shure sm58, AT20/20, behringer eurolive 150w pa for my lil baby shows at work...but the big sound is definitely still a work in progress, if something comes together i've got money saved. Taylor 214ce, Martin 000M modded pickup, Schecter C-1 diamond series--pedals--distortion, chorus. harmonist, and this electro harmonix modulated filter that's gonna sound really cool when i order an expression pedal. 2 mic stands, practice space in our banquet hall, gig space when ready at the bar