SEEKINGBand to Join, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Drums, Trumpet, Saxophone, Keyboard, Trombone, Electronic Music.
57 year old rocker looking for a great band. Computer geek. Seasoned musician. Included some old originals. Not great quality but nice ideas I think. You will hear many influences that are mentioned below.
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- Member since:
- May 25 2017
- Active within 2 weeks
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
Chicago ( early Chicago), Yes, Steely Dan, John McLaughlin, all jazz and fusion folks( to many to say), The DB's, Police, Temptations, Ojays, Talking Heads, Cream, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zep, Mozart, Bach, Handel, STP, Pearl Jam, U2, Joe Jackson, RHCP, INXS, Greenday, Peter Gabriel, Black Sabeth, Thomas Dolby..... etc
- Vocalist - Tenor:
- Bass Guitar:
Ampeg, Ibanez 5 and 4 string, Rick2001, various peddles. I buy peddles but I don't use them much. I guess I'm sort of a purist. I still try them.
Everybody Needs Some One to Touch
Everybody Needs Some One to Touch Year: 1985 Album: Editorials Genre: Progressive
I play bass, keys, guitar. And programmed drums. Rickenbacker 4001 drop D on the E string
Shake Me All Night
Shake Me All Night Year: 1991 Album: Net Assets Genre: Pop
Dated Original. Played guitar best I could. Drums from my korg M1
Innocent Eyes Year: 1990 Album: Net Assets Genre: Pop
Just trying to play all the parts in my head on a 8 track
Little Sherry - Fandango Cover
Little Sherry - Fandango Cover Year: 1987 Genre: Pop
Covering a great song by Fandango and dedicate it to the late great Rick Blakemore, ( Fandango guitarist) sadly died in a traffic accident in August 1983 aged 33
bILLY sTEEL Genre: Other
i DONT KNOW WHAT to make on this. But its fun
Weather Channel Music
Weather Channel Music Genre: Other
Something we should hear on TWC while Jim does the forecast.
Daddys Car - John Van Vliet Cover
Daddys Car - John Van Vliet Cover Year: 19 Genre: Rock
Written by John V. I took the song and drove it home. So to speak.