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A new direction for the winter: a quiet, mellow band. Preferring a duet.

The word on the street is that folks just don't like loud bands right now.They go out for dinner and/or drinks and they don't want to have to yell to be heard. Do we blame this on the millennials? Probably!

So the "band" is currently just me. I sing and play guitar and was the leader of a Steve Miller Tribute band for almost two years.

I'm looking for one more person who can complement the wide variety of songs I can play, but more importantly, play really, really, quiet and mellow. Preferably a keyboardist or guitarist who can sing. Other options are possible such as.. a flutist, another vocalist, clarinet, cello.

The new band name: The Low Talkers

If interested, please reply. Thanks.

Screen name:
Member since:
Mar 09 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Metal, punk, country, waltzes, folk, electronic, blues, lounge, reggae.

But most important: Lounge Act. Think Richard Cheese, but quieter. And mellower.

Instrument experience:

Acoustic Guitar:


I just bought a new Fishman Loudbox Artist and a puffy shirt. Already have a Martin acoustic six-string. Mosrite hollow-body 12-string electric. Microphone and cables.