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


I'm a drummer, rhythm guitar, bass, and vocalist. I also have a Masters in Music Recording and head a studio recording department at a school where we are currently working to build something quite reputable over time.

As much as I'd love to boast about having a full fledged studio, we're not quite there yet, but I am getting paid to get us there, and that's pretty cool! I can make high quality mixes, though! In the hopes of busting out my own project, I haven't posted my new stuff yet, but I'm more than willing to potentially put it towards a common goal!

My last band did fairly well, but I am hungry for performing again. I miss singing, screaming, interacting, and commanding a crowd. There's nothing more exhilarating for me.

Screen name:
Member since:
Jun 25 2020
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Honestly, I write pop punk on instruments. It's what I listened to and played the most growing up as I learned to play those instruments.

However, I want to sing, scream, and rock faces off! To something heavier and more intricate and melodic. My voice has a little Chester Bennington, and a little Matty Mullins in there. Those guys (along with Sum 41 and Silverstein) are who I learned to scream to growing up. Don't judge. Hahaha. I really do appreciate almost all music... You know.

I'd love to bring that closer to the direction A Day to Remember, Bring Me The Horizon, and Periphery are going, but am also open to checking out any jams that are in any of these areas.

Instrument experience:



2017 Fender American Standard Stratocaster HSH (I have 6 guitars, but this one is my baby).

Alesis DM8 Pro + Expansion Cymbals and an aftermarket DrumTec Mesh Head conversion. I used to rock a TAMA Rockstar until volume became an issue. I would probably momentarily contemplate murder for a Pork Pie kit. Don't worry. I won't do it... Wink wink.

Universal Audio Apollo Quad

Line 6 Helix

M-Audio Keystation 88es

Shure SM7B (and more mics)...

I use ProTools, Reason, and Ableton. If I list plug-ins I will run out of space.

I'm definitely closer to 50 gigs than 10, but I'd love the opportunity to crush those rookie numbers!