SEEKINGVocalist, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Background Singer.
Initially, looking for practice partner/s.
Must be able to sing and play their instrument. Completely boring if I sing them all.
If it works, playing out next option, but low pressure.
Please, no drugs / drama. Some beer.
Have three sets of 60's through 80's cover tunes. Just added a starter western swing set.
Can practice weeknights, and some weekend times.
My practice room is walk-in ready.
I have a day job.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Sep 28 2019
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Most available:
Early: Steely Dan, Chicago (1st two, not commercial), Little Feat, Spyro Gyra, Larry Carlton, Allman Bros., Bosstones, Marshall Tucker. Complicated material requiring many competent musicians.
Now: cover tunes that one to three people can pull-off, easier all around, more music, less gear and logistics.
Currently singing and playing songs by Petty; Zevon; SRV; CCR; Costello; Beatles; Dire Straits; Johnny Rivers; Horton; Cody; Cake; Wilbury's, as examples.
Have starter country/western swing set: Yokum; Gill; Mavericks; Asleep at the Wheel; Texas Tornadoes.
I like pro covers of 50's thru 70's songs. Ex. Feel a Whole Lot Better, RocknRoll Star..Petty; Hey Good Lookin'.. Mavericks; Route 66.. Asleep at the Wheel.
In my early bands, we used surf tunes to break things up and give VOX a break. Some of its weird, some of its good. Wouldn't mind adding surf tunes, not a requirement.
- Lead Guitar:
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Acoustic Guitar:
- Background Singer:
- Bass Guitar:
Have 15' x 15' clean practice room with PA, Fender Jazz Bass, Kurzweil 2500 keyboard, + my acoustic / electric guitars and amps.