SEEKINGRhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar.
05/16/2018 - The Peladeau Project is currently seeking a lead/rhythm guitar player. We are serious but it this for for own enjoyment as much as it is to entertain others. We would like gig at least 1X per month. Our main interest is in festivals and fund raisers but also some club gigs and jams. Goal is to do a 45 minute originals set and the rest classic rock covers (some new). Enough to do a 3 hr gig. We are currently working on a cover set list to get tight, then in the fall and Winter a mix of originals and covers. Join us and have fun! We practice in Oxford, MA right off Rte 20, MA pike and 395.
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- Member since:
- May 15 2007
- Active over 1 month ago
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Most available:
Vocals; Ronnie James Dio, Joe Lyn Turner, Paul Rogers, Robert PLant, Sting, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton. Guitar Influences; Jimmy Page, Ted Nugent, Eric Clapton and many more.
Band material; Deep Purple, Bad Company, Scorpions, Queensryche, Rainbow, Tesla and many more like this.
- Vocalist - Tenor:
- Lead Guitar:
Guitar; Vintage VS Series double cutaway Vantage 6 string, A crate GFX 212, a Modified Wurlitzer 4430 Tube Amp I customized for the rotary cabinets I also customized.
No more to that life
No more to that lifeWritten in collaboration with the music of Igor Khoroshev, arrangement by myself as well as lyrics, and guitar
My fate is coming
My fate is comingWrote the lyrics in 1998. Recently I was inspired to music to some of these lyrics. If you like Deep Purple you might like this hard rock tune. Some say my vocals also sound like Rob Hlliford of Judas Priest. Understand that this is a demo and was recorded to show band mates and potential members the basic direction I want the songs to go in.
Field of the flower - By Glen Peladeau Copywrite 1987 / 2011
Field of the flower - By Glen Peladeau Copywrite 1987 / 2011This song may be on my up coming CD and if so it will introduce another song that is one of my Hard Rock tunes. It was written prior Desert Storm. I have no idea where it came from inside me. It's almost as if I was possessed when I wrote it. It didn't make as much sense to me then as it does now. Now I can say it is dedicated to the men and women who serve this country. I hope you enjoy this short song of hope and peace. Glen
We are looking forward in meeting and playing with new people. A new guitar player is on the horizon. Are you the one?