SEEKINGVocalist - Tenor, Lead Guitar, Drums, Keyboard.
*** We really need a great lead guitar that can play actual arranged parts with another lead guitar. Best example is Boys are Back in Town. But to do the complexity of the music we are working on, a uniquely qualified guitarist is needed. We would also consider a keys player as well.
*** We need a drummer to lock in with our fabulous bass player. A drummer who doesn't keep getting louder and faster no matter where we start. A drummer who knows the tempos of each song, starts consistently every time and keeps us all together as a band.
The band has three basic parts: a great female/male lead vocal team, a dual lead guitar team or guitar/keys, and a great rhythm section. Our goal is one intense activity per week, whether it be a rehearsal or a gig. We all have extra lives. We take our music seriously, but not ourselves.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Jul 20 2018
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- 58 years
We tend to play more challenging classic rock, through more modern alternative and pop, to really fun dance and sing along songs. We just want to have the best, most fun, and most interesting to listen to, band in the Pensacola area, especially the beach clubs.
Members Of Band
See above. We are a band, not a group of people who have memorized parts from a be. Tempos, dynamics, flipping leads, improv solos, are all a part of this group. Music is a creative process, even with cover tunes. If you want a clone band where you do the same thing every practice and gig, this isn't for you. But if you want a unique musical experience when we all get together to play and sing, then this is for you.
Currently we have one lead guitar, one lead female vocal, and one bass, and we all sing.
Simple stuff. We value the human voice and the musical sounds you make on your own with minimal effects. So, tube amps are the rule, generally lower powered so we can turn them up for better sound. Same goes for drums and vocals. We want you to be heard, not the technology dominating.