ABOUT

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Versatile 5-string pocket player with strong stage experience & some studio experience, a quick study, flexible, creative and dependable. I enjoy a wide range of music from classic rock, blues, funk, R&B, southern rock, pop, modern and outlaw country to alternative and and even a tad bit of jazz. My musical comfort zone lies in support of a song's foundation and if I get to be funky at the same time, all the better. Have top-of-the-line professional equipment (see "Equipment" list below).

Also have computer programming and web development skills (see steveflacy.com), photographic and Photoshop skills, audio recording and audio mixing skills, and video photography and video editing skills. Have multiple cameras, green screen, lights, a 24-track audio recorder, audio mixing software and video editing software ... everything needed to promote a band on the internet ... or to record and mix an LP ... or to make a short movie.

Steve Flacy
Email: steveflacy@steveflacy.com
Website: www.steveflacy.com

History:

Replaced the last original member in The Nightcrawlers. Opened for Bob Seger with them. Played ahead of The Allman Brothers in Cincinnati at a huge underground nightclub called Reflections. Met Gregg Allman there, one of the good guys, indeed. The Nightcrawlers worked out of Cincinnati through AJaye Agency. Thank you, Stan Hertzman and Jay Silverman.

Shared the stage with guitarist Adrian Belew (King Crimson, David Bowie, Talking Heads) for a couple of years before he joined Frank Zappa. Our band, Sweetheart, once entertained Steven Tyler, who stayed all night to hear us at a Nashville club called Fanny's and graciously had us backstage for Aerosmith's show the following evening. Very nice. Our original guitarist was Joe Madrigal, an exceptional guitarist & entertainer (see www.madrigalband.com). Sweetheart worked out of Nashville through Cresent Moon Entertainment. Thank you, Tony Moon.

Left music performance in the 80's for a career in information technology (IT). My IT resume may be found at steveflacy.com.

Returned to the stage in 2006 with an Upstate SC group called 99 Cents. Played with an alternative group called The Jones Machine and an 80's group called The Doc Brown Band. Was a founding member of Fat Cat Daddy, featuring the amazing Mr. Tim Everette. Next I was a member of Hands Down, then Squeeze Play, a 6-piece that expanded to a 9-piece with a cookin' horn section. Am now a member of The Vinyl Junkies, a group that plays hits from the 60's and 70's.

Screen name:
Flacy
Member since:
Dec 06 2005
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Touring
Years playing music:
20
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week

Influences

Paul McCartney, James Jamerson, Chuck Rainey, Victor Wooten, Nathan Watts, Pino Palladino, Floyd "Lightenin'" Chance, Bob Babbitt, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Tim Bogart, John Paul Jones and many others.

Instrument experience:

Bass Guitar:
Advanced

EQUIPMENT

Basses:

Pedulla Rapture RBJ2-5
American Deluxe Fender Jazz Bass V
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz Bass V
American Fender Jazz
Fender Deluxe Active Jazz V
LTD B-206SM
Others

Rigs:

Markbass Heads & Others
BBE 481i Sonic Maximizer
Peavey 410TXF Cab
Avatar 210 Cab
Ampeg SVT-410HLF Cab
Ampeg SVT-15E Cab
Other cabinets

Pedal board (in signal chain order):

X2 Wireless Receiver
KLIQ Tiny Tuner
MXR Envelope Filter
Mooer Graphic B Bass Equalizer
Mooer Tender Octaver
MXR Bass Octave Deluxe
Rowin LEF-604 Chorus
(Original) BBE Opto Stomp Optical Compressor
Rocktron Micro HUSH
Mooer Micro DI

MUSIC