SEEKINGBand to Join, Background Singer, Bass Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Vocalist, Vocalist - Tenor.
I am primarily a singer/keyboardist, but I also play bass guitar and percussion. I have played in bands for over 30 years, both original and cover acts. My most lucrative job was playing for 7 years with the band Nite-Time out of New York City, a wedding/party band that averaged 25 gigs a year, mostly in the Tri-State area and sometimes up into New England. Currently I work with two ensembles, a doo-wop a cappella group called ShBoom and a Steely Dan tribute band based in Knoxville, TN. I am looking for any gigs with musicians local to my new hometown of Asheville, NC.
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- Mar 12 2018
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- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
Billy Joel, Elton John, Steely Dan, James Taylor, Frank Zappa, Robert Fripp, Talking Heads, King Crimson, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Ray Charles, Peter Gabriel, David Bowie, The Beatles, Miles Davis, Keith Jarrett, Martin Sexton, Prince, Paul Simon, Queen, Split Enz, Sting, The Police, Thelonius Monk, Tom Waits, Thomas Dolby
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Roland RD-2000 Electric Piano, Alembic 5-string bass guitar, keyboard amp, small room PA, Shure 58 mic, cables and stands. Willing to purchase more gear as needed for regular gigs.
One Small Step
One Small Step Track number: 1 Year: 2009 Album: Pebble Theatre Genre: R&B
This was a song composed for my theatre group in Allentown PA in 2009. Lyrics by Pana Columbus, music by me. I play all instruments and did all vocals.
Hexagon I: Janusian
Hexagon I: JanusianThe final piece from my 10-movement chamber cycle "Hexagons." "Janusian" is scored for soprano saxophone, viola, bass clarinet, piano, chimes, timpani, and prayer bowls. The movements of "Hexagons" are numbered in reverse order, since the numbering corresponds with the sefiroth from the Tree of Life in the metaphysical system of Qabalah, and thus the journey from 10 to 1 represents a climbing of the Tree, beginning at Malkuth ("Kingdom," Earth) and finishing at Kether ("Crown," Godhead). Performed at my dissertation recital on April 7, 2017 in Ramsey Hall at The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Featuring Caroline Halleck (soprano saxophone), Elitsa Atanasova (viola), Pedro Alliprandini (bass clarinet), Greg Hankins (piano), Scott Davis (prayer bowls), Taylor Lents (chimes), and Emily Johnson (timpani). Conducted by Shawna Pennock.
Sarabande No. 1
Sarabande No. 1My little homage to Debussy and Satie, with possibly a little Sondheim thrown in.
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 4, "Overture"
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 4, "Overture"Final movement of the sonata for violin and piano, Hymn to the World Tree, performed at the doctoral recital "Tetraktys" at Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens, on 11/11/15.
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 3, "Lament"
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 3, "Lament"Movement 3 of the sonata for violin and piano, Hymn to the World Tree. Performed at Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens, at the doctoral recital "Tetraktys," on 11/11/15.
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 2, "Cataclysm"
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 2, "Cataclysm"Movement 2 of the sonata for violin and piano, Hymn to the World Tree. Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens, 11/11/15.
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 1, "Blues"
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvmt 1, "Blues"Movement 1 of the sonata, Hymn to the World Tree, for violin and piano. Performed at the doctoral composition recital "Tetraktys," Hugh Hodgson School of Music, Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens, on 11/11/15.
Commedia Dell'arteSubtitle: "a dance expressing the comic awkwardness of relationships." Shawna Pennock, soprano saxophone Brandon Quarles, baritone saxophone; and Quintin Malette, marimba.
Sine Qua Non: Godseye
Sine Qua Non: GodseyeThe final piece of the Sine Qua Non series. Includes the usual sine waves in JI, recorded nature sounds and spoken word. Premiered on 11/11/15 in the Dancz Center for New Music at the University of Georgia, Athens.
Sine Qua Non: Wings
Sine Qua Non: WingsThis piece, Wings, is the third in the Sine Qua Non series. An electronic etude of sine tones in Just Intonation.
Sine Qua Non: Lightbringer
Sine Qua Non: LightbringerSecond piece in a series. Sine Qua Non is a series of four pieces using sine waves in Just Intonation.
Sine Qua Non: Croak & Dagger
Sine Qua Non: Croak & DaggerCombination of sine tones produced by Barbara Hero's Pythagorean Lambdoma Harmonic Keyboard, and sounds of nature (frogs & crickets).
Hexagon X: Kafi
Hexagon X: KafiString Quartet, composed in 2014 by k. Scott Eggert. Performed at Doctoral Composition Recital "Tetraktys," 11/11/15, Dancz Center for New Music, Hugh Hodgson School of Music, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. Ensemble: Lucas Scalamogna, violin; Tereska Grynia, violin; Chris Williams, viola; Ana Cristina Abrantes, cello.
Circular BandingCircular Banding is the name of a microtonal duo. Killick Hinds plays the VO-96 Acoustic Guitar Synthesizer, and k. Scott Eggert plays the Pythagorean Lambdoma Harmonic Keyboard. This track is a long drone improvisation titled "Dinos don't dyno but they do do the dodo."
Analog Study No. 1
Analog Study No. 1an electronic piece made via ARP 2500 and ARP 2600 modular synths, on a Tascam reel-to-reel.
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvts. 1 & 3
Hymn to the World Tree, Mvts. 1 & 3Movement 1: Blues Movement 3: Lament Part of a four movement sonata for violin and piano. Performed on April 4, 2015 at Columbus State University by Moises Cunha, violin, and Greg Hankins, piano
timePIeceAn electronic piece realized at the Electronic Music Lab, University of Georgia. It is all based on the ticking of an analog watch. A meditation on the cyclical nature of time, the forces of creation and destruction, and the concept of eternity.
Improvisation on Themes from Different Trains by Steve Reich
Improvisation on Themes from Different Trains by Steve ReichConceived and performed by Fernando Deddos, euphonium, and Scott Eggert, piano. For an installation celebrating the work of playwright George Tabori, a Holocaust survivor. This music was used as background for a film montage of Holocaust imagery, recorded in the Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens. A collaborative project by ICE (Ideas for Creative Exploration).
LenoreA piece for violin and piano, played by Moises Cunha (violin) and Allison Blumenthal (piano) at the SCA recital in November 2014 at the Dancz Center for New Music, University of Georgia, Athens.
Source (Complete)A piece written for Circle of Stones Ritual Theatre Ensemble's 2009 production of "Gilgamesh."
Hermes PontificatesA crazy electronic dance piece in a meter very few can probably dance to.
SolitudeA slow and contemplative electronic composition.