SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Other Percussion, Saxophone, Keyboard, Background Singer, Harmonica, Flute, Vocalist - Alto, DJ, Electronic Music.
I've been playing for 30 years; drum set and percussion. I've played with many bands over the years and am looking for a situation that is not only profitable, but fun too. I have some percussion instruments as well.
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- Member since:
- Jul 26 2016
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 10 to 50
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley, Jethro Tull, Cream, Grateful Dead, Phish, Led Zeppelin, Blues Traveler, BB King, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Doobie Brothers, The Beatles
- Other Percussion:
- Vocalist - Tenor:
- Rhythm Guitar:
6 piece Tama Rockstar set with Zildjian A's
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All more that much
All more that much Track number: 1 Year: 2016 Album: MM IV Genre: Rock
What Should I Dream
What Should I DreamDone recently at Dylan's studio. I wanted to get the vocal just right. I had fun doing the drums and the keys I did before, years before.
Draw Me to You
Draw Me to YouWritten in 2014. Produced kinda at my home. Produced better by Dylan couple years ago. I really like it!
InstitutionalizedI watched a documentary about Angola Prison and this is my interpretation. I produced it myself. Notice the sound of chain wire.
Star (New Mix)
Star (New Mix)Re done at D.W. studio South Haven. This is prob the final mix. Let's hope for that. It's about my niece/cousin Starlight Rose. My buddy, my good friend.
In the Morning
In the MorningDid this all night long in my makeshift home studio. Think it came out pretty darn good! About 2010, Grand Rapids SE.
Say you're mine
Say you're mineWritten in 2010, produced by me on my Zoom. I had an M Audio Venom series keyboard and I was experimenting with it's many functions and rhythms and tones. So, this song came about that I spoke of things then, that are coming to pass now.
OverflowingI wrote this about dancers and singers and both. I have heroes and heroines in the music industry, and this is about that. Barbados came to mind as a place where "we start to reel as clouds build in the sky..."
TimeOk, I guess this one is being heard. You win!
FeverishTrax done in 2018! Just a whole lot of fun.
Jesus' Name!Made by me for my Father in Heaven
Your VoiceDylan Willett studio production of "Your Voice". Finally got the vocals right! Love that shaker!
Want You So Much
Want You So MuchDylan and I took this one off the SD card and looked at ways of doing it. Mostly, we had to re do vocals and mix it in lo fi. It came out amazing and I'm proud of it!
Asleep In Your Arms
Asleep In Your ArmsTo describe her is to use these words, this melody, this bridge. We took out so much guitar and replaced with more keys.
Dew Drop Flower
Dew Drop Flower
The Right Time
The Right TimeDone in our house in GR in 2010. With live drumming and keys.
Perfume On Your Wrist
Perfume On Your WristDone in 2012 in our house, Grand Rapids home studio environment. I did it after being introduced to yoga by my sister. Buddha was someone I could relate to also!
Fire in the Light
Fire in the LightRecorded and mixed in 2010 by me. I like the war sounds, myself. A song about struggle.
Death to Something
Death to SomethingDone at our house in Grand Rapids. Home studio spice..
Oh YouI did this one years ago in Holland, Mi with D. Corleone producing. We used the Korg Workstation and I sang in a vocal booth D. made. Cool! Enjoy...
Star In My Night Sky
Star In My Night SkyRe-done at D.W. Studio in 2017. Darbuka drum on there as well.
All More That Much (Mix 7)
All More That Much (Mix 7)Some guitar by Dylan. Produced by D
Sing Your Name
Sing Your NameA song I've had for a while now. Probably since 2010. I've always loved it and appreciate the chance to bring it back to life at Dylan's studio.
Beautiful FloweRProduced by Dylan Willett. Everything else by me. Written and demo'ed in 2012.
SometimesProduced by Dylan Willett. All vocals, guitar, darbukolatum, keyboards and drum machine: Jeremy Hill It's easy to forget about this one. It came out super nice, however, and I will always love it!