I am seeking a situation that fits me both musically and from a scheduling perspective. I would be ok playing to fewer people and enjoying myself and my band mates -vs- larger rooms with frequent gigs playing the same music as everyone else. I do believe being in a band has a few moving parts. You have to play, well, but you also need to have something visual going on. People can drop a buck in a machine and hear quality music. The show is equally important as the quality of the musicians.

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Member since:
Dec 26 2016
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Most available:


I enjoy a variety of music. I've played current country, classic rock, smooth Latin jazz, etc. If I had to go play anything I'd play sort of a rock/blues/finger style funk. Good tunes with at least some melodic bass lines on occasion. I'd rather be unpredictable and play complicated deeper cuts -vs- the same stuff everyone else is doing on a Saturday night.

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Bass Guitar:


I have an assortment professional gear.