Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Harmonica, Mandolin, Fiddle, Steel guitar.


Baby Boomer, influenced by 70's Outlaw Country, Classic Country, Southern Rock and Classic Rock. I have a recording and live studio set up in my living room and just about every weekend myself, rhythm guitar, a bass player, drummer, soprano vocalist/acoustic guitar get together to jam. I display the chord sheet music on the big screen TV on the wall and sometimes we jam to the original sound tracks as backing tracks and sometimes we just play the songs. We are looking to fill out the "band" with keyboard or pedal steel interested in getting together for a fun evening of "jam night". Our aim is not be a working band but to get polished enough that we could if we wanted to. The priority is having fun and enjoying making the music.

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Member since:
Sep 14 2019
Active within 1 week
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Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Under 10
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week
Most available:


Lately we have been focused on older Traditional Country and Classic Country, especially, Pam Tillis, Sara Evans, Patsy Cline stuff. Other influences are Waylon, Willie, Merle, Jerry Jeff, Early Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Marshal Tucker, JJ Cale, you know, that "sound". The classic sound of the cross-over, outlaw country and diversity of the 70's - 90's music.

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Vox AC15, Marshall DSL 40c, Fender Deluxe, Custom Fender Teles, Les Paul, Strat, Jazzmater, ES-335. Main guitar is Telecaster. Europower M1680 PA system with a couple of Behringer Eurolive F1320 floor monitors, several Blue and Shure mics effect pedals. I have a recording studio setup and we ahve been recording songs for fun. Eureka Channel strips, Cubase recording Software. Fender Jazz bass and others. A very nice Roland v-Drum setup. I have a 73 key Yamaha keyboard setup and an Impulse midi controller as well.