SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Harmonica, Other, Mandolin, Fiddle, Dobro, Vocalist - Alto, Steel guitar, Upright bass.
Bands I've played in recently...
Speed Shifter - Rockabilly - Lead Guitar
Motel Ice Machine - Folk, Americana, Rockabilly, Honky Tonk Classic Country, Lead Guitar, Mandolin, Upright and Electric Bass
Liquor Store Orphans - Blues Rock - Bass
Bottoms Up - New Country - Lead Guitar
Terry Lynn - Rock, Country - Lead Guitar
Wild Life In The Working Class - Lead Guitar, Synthesizer, Bass, Vocals
That's the bands I can remember. I've subbed in a few also.
I'd really like to do originals, but if the covers are fine if it's a mix. I am a songwriter and have material. To be honest, I'd really like it to be a performance oriented band. Best compliment I've ever had after a gig was to be told by an audience member that they felt like they were at "an actual concert". I want that again.
Flaws: I use too many "double quotes".
Must be fluent in sarcasm.
Text or call 256-655-2391
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- Member since:
- Apr 11 2015
- Active within 24 hours
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- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
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Early in my life it was Led Zeppelin, Rush, Black Sabbath. I still employ a lot of the figured improv style of sixties bass playing in my blues music.
For guitar it's so varied. Steve Marriott, Ron Wood, Clarence White, Otis Rush, Kenny Burrell, I do my own thing with either instrument depending on what is needed in that band and on that song.
I still believe the best guitar solo ever was Hugh Burns' work on Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street. Very tasty
- Upright bass:
- Rhythm Guitar:
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- Vocalist - Tenor:
2014 Gibson Les Paul Traditional, Engelhardt Swingmaster Double Bass, 1983 Peavey T-45 Bass, 1974 Fender Precision, TC Electronics BG250 Amp, Fender Stratocaster, Parts-franken-telecaster, 1965 Fender Bandmaster into a 2x10 Jensen filled cabinet, and various and sundry pedals.
I also have mastery of the Oxford comma. That should be a plus.
Josh Allison and I covering Tool's Sober (Video)
Josh Allison and I covering Tool's Sober (Video)0l2Si2-Pd6g
George Scherer and the Headlights, Tom Waits' Jockey Full Of Bourbon. (Video)
George Scherer and the Headlights, Tom Waits' Jockey Full Of Bourbon. (Video)vFbikPMBa1A
playing bass for Liquor Store Orphans (Video)
playing bass for Liquor Store Orphans (Video)VwpTmhCA1I0
Motel Ice Machine at The Nick, 2016-05-28, Indecision, (Copyright 2015, Ryan Flynt) (Video)
Motel Ice Machine at The Nick, 2016-05-28, Indecision, (Copyright 2015, Ryan Flynt) (Video)3BBej_vtxNk
Motel Ice Machine - She Got the Go (Video)
Motel Ice Machine - She Got the Go (Video)YOiXTILBE84