Chris Krohn


Band to Join, Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar.


I have a deep love for multiple genres of rock and some metal. My musicianship is quite creative and broad but my taste in music is narrow: rock and some metal. I like to experiment with music and not be limited by genres though, like how Avenged Sevenfold is a great metal band that also makes some country and hard rock songs. My brother and dad are both drummers, and my uncle was the drummer of a successful band in Baltimore (though you've probably never heard of them) Papercup/Shor Patrol. Drumming is in my blood and natural, but unlike my brothers who do mostly military marching snare and bass drum (though I am quite skilled in that as well), I love to play drum set for rock. I can do some guitar and bass and a lil vocals... I also like to "write" music. I like music real and passionate, I'd rather hop up on a stage with a band and rock as opposed to being a mostly studio band that makes music that has a lot of fake rap/pop type sounds. Don't get me wrong though, I can do studio recording, and have recorded a few songs with professional recording studios and with my uncle who has a studio with professional recording equipment and Pro Tools. It's hard to find young musicians that are willing to be dedicated to a band where I live, but I really want to be in one. I have the equipment to host a 3-4 piece band at my house and record studio albums with my uncle for free. I don't like musicians who isolate themselves and don't play with other people. Even if you're not that good, throw a guitar on and lets rock, call me. btw im 16 not 18, had to put that to make my account.

Screen name:
Chris Krohn
Member since:
Jan 27 2018
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Foo Fighters, Audioslave, RHCP, Blink 182, Avenged Sevenfold, Arctic Monkeys (Only first 4 albums), The Eagles, Rush, System of a Down, a little Metallica, a little Rage Against the Machine, and sooooo forth

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Bass Guitar:


Gretsch 8-piece drumset, 4-piece conga set, keyboard and keyboard amp, 4 vocal mics and an amp for them, 1 Epiphone Les Paul guitar and another cheap SG Epiphone and 2 guitar amps, and one bass and a bass amp. My guitar and bass set up is relatively weak; the 2 guitar amps are under 75 watts but the bass amp is 75 watts. I'm assuming a guitarist would have their own amp (not that you would necessarily need to bring it).