Band to Join, Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar.


Tired of 80's bands? Good - I am too. I enjoy the 80's but it's just getting recycled more than I can stomach anymore. Here's my idea - a 90's band! I don't know, do you think that would go over well or do we need to give it 20 more years? I'd love to give it a try. I don't mean a "grunge only" band - that was only a smidge of the 90's. The variety is as extensive as any era and I'd want to play it all. Of course this may be a horrible idea that would never go over well in bars around town. I'd be open to pretty much anything mainstream that gets the girls to come out and dance and of course everything else follows. It can be 70's, 80's, 90's, whatever. Here's the thing, I can play any song on the drums and I can sing lead and harmonizing comes naturally to me. Please pardon the arrogance, I'm actually not a diva and I am all about the entire band getting along and making decisions as a committee. I am just VERY picky as far as the quality of bass and guitar skills I'd like to play with. A power trio where all 3 are at the top of their game at their instruments and all can sing is my absolute favorite scenario. I'm right on the NW corner of the city so the general ATL area is cool for me. Contact me if interested. Thanks for reading! (BTW - I am 39)

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Member since:
Dec 21 2007
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Just for Fun
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


the 1990's


Roland VDrums with full speaker/amp system, headset microphone, PA system - 2 Powered 300watt speakers (by Behringer) with stands, 200 watt floor monitor, Macbook Pro for mixing.