SEEKINGAcoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums.
It's time to fire this thing up again. In search of acoustic, bass and drummer. Must be dedicated and willing to take a little bit to get the sound right, but also willing to work A LOT once we do. We have several original songs and have several new ones that just need the music. We do some classic rock songs, but we are predominantly country and southern rock. We need folks who are experienced and committed to learning new material quickly. We have played many gigs together over the years and know each others tendencies well, The right person will need to step in quickly, so they should be familiar with both old and new material. The originals are simple and should not take long to learn for someone who is experienced. To be blunt: If you are not serious or simply wanna be in a "garage" band yo jam, please don't reply.However, If you like bein' on stage, havin' fun and makin' music...then hit us up.....P.S. No Drama Queens either....
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Nov 05 2012
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- 54 years
Our influences span decades and genres.
Members Of Band
Colt Allen-Lead Vocals
R.C. Barton-Lead Guitar-Vocals-Producer
Manhunt Year: 2009 Genre: Country
This song I consider to be outlaw country. The lyrics are very powerful and the music backs it up.
I Don't Know
I Don't Know Year: 2009 Genre: Country
I wrote this song when I was 9 years old, but when my lead guitarist and producer R.C. Barton put his touches to it, it gave the lyrics all new meaning. I listed it as a country style genre, but it could easily be classified as a cross between classic rock and new country.
Everywhere I Go
Everywhere I Go Year: 2009 Genre: Country
This is just a fun song that I feel most people can relate to.