Ian Faith


Band to Join, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Keyboard.


Seeking CLASSIC HARD ROCK and/or CLASSIC METAL (pre-Metallica) tribute, cover and/or mashup act to manage and/or maybe fill in if fit is right.

Music industry vet/dropout with no addictions, baggage or burned bridges, just looking for band of unschooled ruffians to develop/produce/manage/book and rock this revival with. Must be into guitar-based heavy 70’s hard rock (some prog or psych ok), have decent sense of melody, harmony and songwriting and unoffended by my Ted Nugent tattoo. Am no perfectionist, control freak or Simon Cowell but will be real with y’all, so the thicker your denim and leather the better.

Can fill in if you’re short on vocals (range from Bowie to Coverdale but no Steve Perry or Dickinson era Maiden). Decent rhythm guitar and some lead, but don’t read music or know the names of all the chords.

I know you’re out there, analog kids in a digital world. You may think a Ron Smallwood or a Peter Grant is obsolete today, but he is still an integral member of a band. This revolution will not be televised or on F$cistbook. Pop will eat itself and disco still sucks. Let’s rock the world again!

Screen name:
Ian Faith
Member since:
Aug 13 2018
Active over 1 month ago
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NWOBHM, UFO, Thin Lizzy, Black Sabbath, Blue Öyster Cult, Rainbow, Spinal Tap, vintage Scorpions, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Def Leppard, Riot, Sweet, Heart, cool, covers ok, but let’s give Zeppelin, G&R and AC/DC a rest. Please NO “alternative”, double bass thrash, black metal, cookie monster, Metallica or Slayer wannabes, Pearl Jammers, Foof’ers or indie emojihadists may apply... but some tasteful old wave, glam or dub influences couldn’t hurt. If you agree that the only newer bands worth a sh*t are pretty much Rival Sons and Biters, we are on the same page.

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Fender Strat
Roland GR-1
Boss ME-80
Fender Bassman
Fender Classic, Martin and Guild acoustics
Pioneer Pro DJ Gear