Sara Scalper
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Sunday Girl (Blondie cover)

  • Type m4a | Uploaded Wed, 08 May 2019 01:26:08 -0400
  • File size 1,306.66 Kylobytes | Track # 2
  • Year 2017 | Album Not available
  • Genre Cover/Tribute | Comments

    Messing about with a Blondie song with some friends-I'm being silly, but this gives you a good idea re: my voice's sound.

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SEEKING

Bass Guitar, Drums, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar.

ABOUT

I'm a 36 year old queer femme (though folks generally guess I'm around 27-29-I'm pretty youthful!) who is a trained alto vocalist (with some mezzosoprano and tenor range) and competent songwriter/lyricist. I have experience singing for punk and metal bands (the song linked is some messing about I did with some friends recently), but haven't sung for one in a while and would love to get back into creating music with other folks. As I work a day job I enjoy, am married to an amazing woman, and do some volunteer work, I can't commit to touring currently-although that certainly could change if the stars align-but could commit to practice one night per week and gigs at least once monthly. I'm ideally looking to sing for a power metal or horrorpunk band that will allow me to fully utilize my voice, but would be open to singing any metal, punk, alternative, or rock music if it's creative and passionate. I am very heavily tattooed, (obviously) openly queer, and politically progressive, so I'd be looking for bandmates who would be accepting of who I am. I look forward to meeting folks to create awesome music with, preferably living within 30-45 minutes of where I do, and hopefully creating a band (or joining an existing one)!

Screen name:
Sara Scalper
Member since:
May 08 2019
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Committed
Years playing music:
20
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:
Nights

Instrument experience:

Vocalist:
Expert
Vocalist - Alto:
Expert
Vocalist - Tenor:
Moderate