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I’m looking to start a band as small as 3 pieces (lead guitar, drums, bass). Would like to acquire a keyboard player and bg vocals along the way. As of right now im comfortable booking touring gigs playing a mix of classic fifties songs and original music that is influenced from the same genre. I think that this is going to be Big and would like to start practice ASAP with a well thought out set list and game plan. I’ve been in a fifties cover band for a while now called “Shake Rattle &Roll” and it’s the most fun I could imagine. We’re still going strong in the direction we’ve chosen and it’s a blessing. I’m looking for something to let loose with and make something of ourselves. This band idea has been ringing in my head for quite some time and nothing is finding me, so here’s to trying this. I hope whoever reading this is thinking they want nothing more than to devote the next few months to this and getting off the ground into this music life we all dream of.

Seriously, get excited and contact me.
Handle- thejsfoster
I play Elvis in Shake Rattle &Roll, go check me out and see if you can picture this vision. I swear I’m not crazy when I say we can go the distance.

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Member since:
Jun 13 2019
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


All fifties classics

The energy I bring is Elvis. Yeah, all that comes to mind with that.
Little Richard is another huge one.
(Long Tall Sally, Tutti Frutti, Good Golly)
Chuck Berry (etc)

The stuff you’d hear a dj play at Motown Monday. The stuff that make people scream and cry.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:


Everyone have their own equipment obviously, but we can come together and see what is missing.