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Although not an expert singer, I've been singing all my life. Had HORRIBLE stage fright/anxiety that I, inadvertently, worked through over the past 5+/- years thanks to drinking and karaoke. Now, I no longer drink and can manage my, once was anxiety. Most of this is due to the simple practice of "doing" and gaining confidence by the development of skill. I may not be a professional, but I can sing.

I have sung over 80 different songs/karaoke, etc. (and I don't mean just as an embarrassing spectacle). When out, I consistently add new songs to my repertoire, and my dedication was/is that I never want/ed to be the "one song" singer. I enjoy challenging myself to keep it interesting for the crowd (but honestly, mostly for me...), so they never know for sure what I am going to belt out. ;-)
I am interested in getting together with musicians that have life going on but love to jam and have a desire to work some gigs for fun. Sometimes, the most successful journey begins with simplicity.

Additionally, while I checked "moderately committed" as opposed to "committed," I know that when we mold together as a band, our scheduling and frequency thereof will work itself out; it's all about chemistry, passion, and dedication. I'm at nine zero three, nine two zero, two zero, two five.

Screen name:
Member since:
Aug 25 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


OMG! So many...
Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Warrant, Tesla, Chevelle, Damn Yankees, Device/Disturbed, Dokken, Godsmack, Queensryche, Evanescence, Foreigner, Journey, Heart, Iron Maiden, Aretha, Karnivool, Kings X, Linkin Park, Loverboy, Metallica, Megadeth, Pandemic, Pat Benetar (a few), Puscifer, Rage Against the Machine, Rammstein, Whitesnake, Sammy Hagar, Tool, just to name a few;
I also love Depesche Mode, B-52's, Devo, Jack Johnson, Dave Matthews, Elton John, Keane, some Slipknot, and a whole host of various music, including classic rock, classical, jazz, r&b, etc.

Instrument experience:



1-Shure SM58 and 1-Beta 87A, corded, and a TC Helicon VoiceLive 2 pedal. I lost my PA, so if an established band had one...that'd be great! ;-) I hope to get a pretty decent one within a year.