Lead Guitar, Background Singer.


Singer/Songwriter with original sound really looking for creative players who would like to fill in around an original sound. If you can sing harmony and have a nice voice and feel you can sing lead too, that is great! If you are lead or bass player who can sing, fantastic. But even if you can't sing, but you play, that's fine too, but a knowledge of harmony and ability to chime is is better. *NOTE: This one song I have on here does not do justice to my sound, but right now, that is all I have as far as how I sound presently, which is better ;-)

On the producer side. You have an "ear," understand harmony, play instruments, add constructive critique, and be capable of working with a female singer/songwriter who also has producer qualitiies, and can engineer tracking, and is easy to get along with.

A good background singer, and male lead vocalist is a plus, but it is not necessary. You may just be versatile in the guitar, or multiple instruments and you love adding to songs.

Interested, text "Music" to: 713-992-3672.

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Member since:
Oct 16 2008
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Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:


Rod Stewart, Elton John, Carly Simon, Karen Carpenter, Eagles, Hall & Oates, Phil Collins, The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Bob Seger, Janis Ian, Chicago, America, Bread, 60's 70's southern and soft rock groups, and many many more... I'm influenced by everything I hear, so I don't like to put myself in a box, but I do have a sound. Each song is different, and lends itself to pop folk, country, blues, rock, all mixed in. So versatility of those with a good ear is what's needed.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:


PA, AW4416 for recording, I have a Line 6 amp for the lead guitar, 2 keyboards, djembe, extra guitars, I play a Zager acoustic, and I do have some electric guitars... I DO NOT have a drum kit, but I have a Zoom MRT & Alesis SR-16 drum machines, and would love it if you can work a drum machine, or have one. OR we don't initially bother with drums at all.