Band to Join, Vocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Keyboard.


In the 1980's to Early 1990's I played in a few different situations where we wrote and recorded some songs, one of the projects was original songs mixed with Zeppelin covers. In the middle 90's I worked in a cover band and we played the local circuit and of course open mics. After that I ran sound for a couple bands in the late 90's and then simply fell off the map, played my bass here and there, DJ'ed a bit and still do, but I've been practicing my bass more lately trying to get back into the swing of things. Of course sites like this always ask or report "Looking for a band" I am not sure I can be a full time band mate to any band right now (anything is possible), however, that said, I am working towards playing with people, maybe somewhere like, Auburn Pitts (Thursdays) or Dolly Shakers (Saturdays) Open Mics. If a full time project were to happen? Great! I just need to play with people again. You can see some of my stuff drooble(dot)com/ken.zoe.stevenson and send a letter to zatharis(at)ya hoo(dot)com

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Member since:
Apr 21 2019
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week


Led Zeppelin, Rush, Kansas, Yes, Molly Hatchet, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Pink Floyd, basically Rock / Blues stuff from the 60's through to now. I like SRV, Clapton, and a lot of what WGIR 101.1 / WHEB 100.3 / WZLX 100.7 / WCLZ 98.9 plays.

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Bass Guitar:


Fender P-Bass, Ibanez SR-500, Epiphone Les Paul, GK MB-200 Amp, GK ML-250Amp, 5pc Ludwig / Zildjian, Chauvet Light Trees, Soundcraft Mixer, Gemini Amp, Crown Amp. Peavey 12" PA, Kustom 10" Monitors and a bunch of wires and Mics. And of course the best Groupie, Roadie & Wife a guy could have, DJ Dawn!