Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar.


Grew up on classic rock but drifted away when the heavy screamers starting popping out. I have been in many classic rock and original bands. Recently tried mixing things up with a classic rock, new rock, and new country. I believe it had good potential but like most other bands some jerk had to break it up. This time like Survivor, totally blind sided me.
I have decided to stop traveling long distances just to work with a band that may play out once then fall apart, so I have started up a new project here at home in the boonies.
We have a lead guitarist, a bassist, a vocalist, and myself back on the drums also singing. We are looking for a local guitarist and possibly a drummer who is not afraid to work hard to become a tight band. We have made vocals and harmonies a priority along with music that most people would sing along with or dance to.
I put a lot of time into practicing away from the band, and I feel all musicians should do the same to keep it tight.
Get in touch if you might be interested. 603 443 7289

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Member since:
Jun 18 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
50 to 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week


I really enjoy bands like Yes, Rush, Pink Floyd and Steely Dan. Loaded with great musicians. Vocally the Beach Boys get my nomination.

Instrument experience:

Vocalist - Tenor:
Vocalist - Baritone:


PV-10BT board with two PVX p12 power speakers. small system with great sound. Good for practice and small venues. VE-20 processor. Six mics including a Shure KSM8 and a KSM9 pro mics. A wireless Shure PSM300 ear monitor system. A bunch of other stuff.
Tama drum kit