SEEKINGRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Saxophone, Keyboard, Piano.
ENGINEERING: Over 34 years of engineering and 3.3K gigs from entry level, professional level, and large venues. Recently certified for DiGiCo Digital Mixing Console for Live Sound by Industry Legend, Buford Jones (engineer of Pink Floyd's live Delicate Sound of Thunder album & "Momentary Lapse of Reason" in surround, & other artists including Eric Clapton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Stevie Wonder, Three Dog Night, Prince, Jackson Browne, David Bowie, Faith Hill, and The Kinks earning him the TEC (Technical Excellence and Creativity) Award in 1989.
MANAGEMENT - Over a decade of bands of all types
AV DESIGN - From homes, House of Worship, to large venues, ProAV, Residential and Commercial (Enron Field, Toyota Center, Houston Rockets, Oil & Gas)
PRACTICE LOCATION: Full PA set up with wireless in ears and microphone, and monitors.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Mar 25 2017
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- 65 years
In my opinion, there are two types of band “money” bands & “egotistical” band. Bands have very complex and unique relationships with so many different goals and personalities among the member. Band members can be analytical, dreamers, passive, very direct (sometimes egotistical), well organized, and/or have a long-term goal. But all band members want to feel appreciated and valued as individuals and bring both positive ideas and energy to the band. A band needs “synergy” these combined activities of the group that meet and discuss plans and goal and can make money, the “money band”. A band with synergy can network with other bands, find the right venue(s), and even diversify by playing gigs at bars & nightclubs, restaurants, weddings, House of Worship events, private events, and even corporate gigs playing music that best fits those venues even when a member(s) does not preforming that song. A “money” band pleases their clients not their personal ego.
An “egotistical” band that wants to play what they love and like with inflated views of thinking the band is better than other bands (superstars), just will not get those booking and will continue to play often and spend more time in the practice room than performing. Clients of bands want to have fun and enjoy the music they like and love. Bar/nightclubs, restaurants, and other venues owners want the same but want to hear that cash register ringing. A band that plays the most complex music, the vocals are spot on, and the arrangement is 100% perfect will not make these owners money if the songs are not what the consumers want to hear.
Members Of Band
Drummer & Bass Player
DRUMS: Roland TD-20KV-S V-Pro Series Black Chrome electronic drums - no acoustic drums will not be used for practice or performances. Monitors for Roland drums - powered Mackie 18" sub and 15" 2-way with 14 channel local monitor mixer
PA - 36 channel Yamaha board with 48 channel snake, Shure microphones, QSC powered mains, Yamaha powered subs, Peavey Bi-Amp Black Mater powered 2-way 12" monitors plus 4 more 12" powered monitors, all Furman protection/backup/condition equipment, full electronic effects and performance equipment, and separate local drum, lead singer, bass, and guitar mix. Plus for the perfect learning practice Jam Hub and all it matching parts.