Steve Choate


Band to Join, Vocalist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Violin, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Other, Mandolin, Fiddle, Cello, Accordion, Clarinet.


I'm interested in putting together a full sound unplugged "acoustic band," working up some interesting originals and cover arrangements of classic melodic tunes from any era. I'm an old guy/drums/vocals/guitars/songwriter, with a heavy appreciation for British imports from the 60's and 70's, but I'm not stuck there. Anything is possible, including original material if it fits the mold, and someone would actually like to hear it. In a perfect musical world, I would easily find a second guitarist with a unique voice, appreciation for harmony and stylish chops. A bass player with the same skills and interest would come out of nowhere, and we would be off and running. Together, we would hammer out some unique arrangements that would impress the critics, as well as the casual music listener. In addition, my wish list would include a string player, violin viola or cello to flesh out the sound. Highly improbable, but hey, It's a wish list. Accordion could be a possibility as well. If you are any of these people, you have an imagination, the inclination and the desire to create, feel free to "actually" contact me. Male or female, nothing ventured, nothing gained. what's the goal you ask? Without something worthy, gigs are a moot point. Reverb Nation or choatestephenL

Screen name:
Steve Choate
Member since:
Jul 28 2015
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100


Just a "very small sampling" of influences. Really, anything with a solid melody and good harmony from any era gets get my attention.
British 60's imports.
Stephen Stills
Neil Young
The Band
Ray Davies
Bob Dylan
Eric Burdon
Van Morrison
The Beatles
The Byrds
Tom Petty
Any jangly straight ahead rock with good harmony.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:
Other Percussion:
Bass Guitar:


Everything I need and the means to acquire anything else.