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I am mostly seeking a wedding band that is seeking a high end professional singer and is preferably already gigging.

Or, I'm also interested in a tribute band for something like STP, Van Halen, Beatles -- anything where a strong lead vox is required (me), but where minimal rhythm guitar wouldn't hurt.

I'm a very good singer with strong stage presence, clever so great audience interaction skills. I'm looking for a gigging, high-end wedding band that's super versatile, from Sinatra to Soundgarden. That's what these couples in DC want. Especially the ones that are richer than God, if you know what I mean.

You have to dish out a shag like Mac The Knife, but can rip out STP. Call me.

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Member since:
Jun 23 2018
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Available to gig:
4-5 nights a week


Everything good. Everything bad. And everything in between. Beatles of course. But raised on grunge. Now I would like to settle into a more ballroom $$ sound.

I'm talking Harry Connick, Jr now. Big band stuff. But grounded in rock x years.

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I have a PA. I can even play a little guitar. You know, just the chug a chug riff a singer can away with without affecting vocal chops. I'd rather just sing though.