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Introduction:

Fellow musicians, as you can see in my above bio brief, I am now a Septuagenarian ... a milestone for a musician that has been continuously performing professionally since 1965 (That's 57 years now!). I still feel like I am in my 40's, with no less enthusiasm but much less energy. My wish is to continue performing music before I really start getting old... LOL. Surely someone out there will allow me jam with them, or needs an experienced musician (Vocalist, and / or Bassist, Rhythm Guitarist, or Keyboardist) in their band, or even to get some free guitar pointers / lessons from a well seasoned musician. I currently have some health issues with diabetes, poor vision from glaucoma and cataracts, and smoke induced asthma due to too many years playing in smoke filled lounges, so I can only perform in smoke free environments. I own all the necessary pro-grade equipment (Guitars, Bass Guitar, and Keyboard, with Amplifiers, Microphones and Stands, PA powered mixer with speakers and floor monitors) for full venues plus a repertoire of over 1,200 songs. Obviously, that is more songs than I can remember all the lyrics and musical progressions, so I created song-sheets on each of the 1,200+ songs I perform and I keep them organized and assembled in 3-ring binders and on my computer so I can easily access them to add more or transpose them as desired. I will share these with you and your band should you need them. Hopefully, I would be a valuable asset to your band as a full time member, a substitute musician for a gig, or for some recording studio work, or just for a jam and some giggles. Come on y'all, somebody give me a call ... no point in just having all my talents going unheard and me getting too old and feeble to perform plus having all that musical equipment just getting dusty in the studio from lack of use. (How 'bout makin' a vocalizin', bass thumpin', guitar strummin', key ticklin' grand-pappy happy? Besides, I can't have that many good performance years left in me, anyway?).

I neither care for nor listen to loud screaming Death Metal, Emo, Grunge, Heavy Metal, Hard Rock, Punk, Rock, or any Vulgar Rap so I likely have not even heard of some songs in those genre. However I am willing to play bass or rhythm guitar to just about any genre and being a quick study, I can generally play anything on the fly without much difficulty. Bass guitar has always been my primary performance instrument next to my singing voice along with my 6-string guitar for solos.

Unlike most other listings you find here on Bandmix, I will not hide behind my screen name -*Swampy-*. Most folks call me -*Jim*- (My given name is James Knoch). Back in Houston, Texas, while I was an associate engineer back in the late 1970's, my fellow associates called me -*Coonie*- they felt -*Coonass*- was a little too vulgar /insulting to say out loud, all just because I am from New Orleans. So by their reasoning, I must be a -*Coonass*- (I have a slight mid-western accent, certainly not a Cajun accent nor Cajun ancestry! In fact, I have a German American ancestry I have traced back to 1832 when the first Knoch crossed the Atlantic from Coburg, Germany.) Nowadays I am just an aging electrical power engineer / musician. For any concerned germ-a-phobes, I am Co-Vid immunized (both vaccinations plus the booster shot, so all the secretly injected government nanobots are working overtime reporting back to the government (I don't believe the mind control will take over like it has on Biden, but I'll save my aluminum-foil hat, just in case I ever start believing what the politicians tell me!) Despite the vaccinations and boosters, I still had a brief encounter with the Omicron variant, I should now be immune from all known Co-Vid variants so bring it on!). I also stay up to date with my annual Flu vaccinations. I was vaccinated for polio and smallpox when I was a kid and only contracted a mild case of Chickenpox and I seem to be immune to measles and mumps, I have no worries about Monkey-pox or AIDS due to my lifestyle choices. I have completed my pneumonia vaccinations, too. Generally, I am in pretty good health except for the diabetes, glaucoma, cataracts and smoke induced asthma. Other than being nearly blind as a bat, and unable to eat anything that tastes good, I am playing music in weekly jams with my band, Millennium Mix or jamming with other bands as invited. I am limited to playing local smoke free venues only. The smoke, after years of exposure performing in smokey lounges, sets off an asthma attack which restricts my throat and I have to stop singing, plus my eyes will burn so badly due to reactions with the glaucoma medications, that I could just rip them out of my head for relief.

Since safety is paramount, my darling wife, Susie, drives for me due to my poor vision, so another tour or distant venue is not practical for me. Perhaps after I have the cataract surgeries next year and then maybe, I can see well enough to drive solo once again! I am NOT a Premium BandMix member, so I can not directly contact you unless you have some decipherable contact information in your listing. You can contact me directly, (even for any non-premium BandMix members), just look near the bottom of my -*INFLUENCES*- section for the -*Direct Contact Information*- for my secret email decoder (No special decoder ring necessary.) Thanks ... Jim / Swampy

Summary:
I am an accomplished Vocalist and Bass Guitarist and Rhythm Guitarist performing continuously since 1965. My personal favorite genre of music to perform is a mix of Oldies, more specifically, 1950's/1960's Doo-Wop Oldies, Classic (Old) Country and some Contemporary (New) Country, Blues, Big Band Pop, Swamp Pop, and Classic Pop/Rock. My forte is Singing Lead Vocals and playing Electric Bass and/or Rhythm Guitar. I can also hold my own on Keyboard, but I am not coordinated enough to try taking a lead on keys. I can keep time on drums, but I am not a percussionist!. My current repertoire consists of over 1,200 songs mostly covers plus a few of my own compositions ... way too many for me to remember the lyrics and musical progressions, so I regularly use my song-sheets while performing. I have worked-up a number of song-sheets in anticipation of working with more female vocalists possibly even for some duets. I also worked-up more song-sheets for Christian / Gospel and Bluegrass. I play solid driving bass lines or snappy rhythm guitar fills, plus my vocals are still strong and on pitch! I am currently available on a temporary or permanent basis, or even just to jam for giggles.

Since retiring from practicing electrical engineering back in 2017, I am really bored just sitting around getting older and watching life slowly ebb away, or simply doing odd chores and playing handyman around the property. Performing music by and for myself really sucks! Plus it sounds so much better with multiple musicians, especially since I prefer to be out playing some music, socializing, and entertaining an audience! Besides, along with all this down time, I find myself in need of some relief for my hands while playing guitar ... not that they are painful, but they are just very stiff until I can adequately limber them up and flex my fingers without slurring the chords or dropping the guitar picks all over the stage. I suppose what I really need is a good belt of Granny's Rheumatiz' Medicine ... (of course that wouldn't play well with my diabetes!)

If you are interested in making some music with me, think about it and let's get together and at least jam. You can come to my music studio or I can come to your rehearsal space. So it's ultimately my place or yours. Come on, you know it's fun. Plus, at your disposal is my 60 years of musical knowledge and experience, all shared with you free for the taking! You may as well pick my brain before it all goes to mush with advanced age, anyway! Heck, I will even throw in some free guitar or vocal lessons if you want or need them!

Biography:

In the early 1960's my dad gifted me a very old and beat-up acoustic guitar with rusty strings, taught me a few chords, and bought me a Mel Bay guitar instruction book, a new set of Black Diamond Strings, and a few guitar picks. I learned to form chords, strum the rhythm, and pick lead lines by practicing a few hours daily after school. Soon I was good enough to perform in public so I took all of my grass cutting earnings and bought an inexpensive Truetone electric guitar (the action was terrible and it made my fingers sore and bruised, but it sure looked cool!) and a 7 Watt combo amp at the local Autolec store. After the first gig, I added a microphone. I booked my first solo gigs at a local restaurant playing for tips. I started writing down the requests for songs I didn't know and would learn them for the following week's performance (It was tough work back then, trying to catch the song on the radio, record it on the reel-to-reel recorder, and deciphering and writing down the lyrics, then figuring out the chord progressions ... (Amen for the internet and computers, what once took hours now takes only a few minutes!) I was now playing music professionally at age 13. I lost my mother in early 1966 after several years dealing with cancer and blindness. Really a tough hit for an only child, especially just a few days before my 14th birthday. Yet I endured and even before I entered high school in the fall of 1966, I was earning considerable income playing music. I devoted most of my earnings to help my dad pay off the medical bills from my mom's illness and I paid for new guitars, amplifiers, a motorcycle, my tuition, fees and books for high school (Go! Rummel Raiders!) and college (University of New Orleans) by steadily gigging in the New Orleans Area and the Lake Pontchartrain Northshore areas as well as along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I had initial vocal and music training in the grammar school Choir at St. Rita's in Harahan. I suppose the nuns at St. Rita's saw some talent in me and often had me soloing at festivals or in church services. I also had 4 years of the men's chorus and lettered in Chorus for 2 years while in Rummel high school. I received voice training and sight reading as a part of that curriculum. At university I completed undergraduate studies in bio-medical and electrical engineering earning a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and passing my fundamentals of engineering licensing examination all while teaching electronics at R.E.T.S. Training Center. I later went on to undertake advanced studies in power engineering, control systems, network analysis, protective relaying, opto-electronics, electronic communication, Optimization of Network Power Distribution, advanced Computer Modeling and Business Administration. Most at the University of New Orleans, some at the University of Houston, and some at LSU in Baton Rouge and some at Southeastern Louisiana University.

My musical forte is playing the electric bass and/or rhythm guitar while simultaneously performing lead or backup vocals. I enjoy playing most genre of music, but as mentioned above, I do have my favorites. You could classify my preferred music genre as Mixed Oldies or more specifically, Classic Country, some Contemporary Country, Classic Rock, Classic Pop and Southern Rock. Currently I am playing electric rhythm / lead guitar while performing lead vocals with my band, Millennium Mix. We play a full mix of the above genre, plus the occasional comedy song. I am not inclined to play the lounges again ... too much smoke (too hard on my eyes and lungs), too many hassles with drunks and dopers, and too many brawls for my liking! At my age, the reflexes just aren't what they once were when dodging the flying beer bottles, bar stools, and fists! Plus I'm not inclined to defend myself with my guitar ... much too expensive to use as a defensive weapon! I also will no longer play New Orleans venues due to the rampant gun violence and crime, especially after the shootings I've already witnessed while performing in a crowded lounge (I was covered in blood spatter and grey matter from the victim who died at arm's length from me.) ... besides who wants to work half the night, only to have some thug carjack and rob you while loading equipment after the gig.

Having retired from the day job back in 2017, I now devote considerable time to my music study and I am always writing and/or learning more tunes, exploring more music theory, and making home recordings. Occasionally, I fill in on short notice for gigs or studio work if another group is in need of a vocalist / guitarist / bassist or keyboardist. I suppose I perform way too many gigs lagniappe, but hey, this is my leisure time! Besides, as long as it seems like fun, it's not really work is it? No matter how heavy all that music equipment seems to be, it's still fun! Laissez les bon temps rouler!

If you are interested in jamming with me just contact me and we can work out the best time and location details. Should you have further interest, be sure to check out my -*INFLUENCES:*- category, Look under the -*Direct Contact Information*- sub-category for more details on communicating with me, even if you're not a paying Premier BandMix member (secret email address decoder included) .
Thanks --- Jim / Swampy

Screen name:
Swampy
Member since:
Jun 12 2007
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
55
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week
Most available:
Days

Influences

My earliest influences were New Orleans Jazz and the Big Band music of the 1940's and 1950's. I still recall a story my mother would tell about me as an infant in the early 1950's, being placed atop an upright bass and me slapping the strings to the beat while at a rehearsal for Tony Almerico's band ... Uncle Tony was a renowned New Orleans trumpeter / band leader, and local radio DJ during the period from the late 1930's until his passing in the the early 1960's.)

In my teens, I was learning to play Rock n' Roll lead guitar and vocals (Thank you Ventures, Rolling Stones, Beach Boys, Four Seasons, Elvis, Jerry Lee, plus many others) as those mid 1960's new Rock and Roll and Rock-a-Billy Blues songs seemed to be hitting the radio top 40 almost daily. One evening at a rehearsal, a parent of one of my fellow band mates of The Courtyard Hangmen, encouraged me to perform a country song, 'Your Cheatin' Heart'.by Hank Williams, Sr.The song was not Rolling Stones nor Hank Williams, but with that encouragement, I began playing Country Music. Frankly, I was surprised at the applause from all of the parents that were at the rehearsal I opine now, that anything that wasn't the noise their kids made at home, was music to their ears! That single episode was all the incentive I needed to veer off pop / rock into country music so I learned several more country tunes and I soon developed an interest in and liking for Country Music. Having just lost my mother to cancer, I suppose many of the lyrics about heartbreak and tragedy struck close to home plus the simplistic musical structure made that 50's and 60's Country music easy for me to sing and play along. Since my fellow Pop / Rockers refused to play any Country Music, I left the band and joined an unnamed North Shore band and began gigging weekends with my cousin, Jack Ussery, playing several festivals and becoming regulars in the restaurant at Buster Bosco's in Lacombe, La. which worked out fine for me since I was still underage to play where liquor was being served. Alternately, I also began playing solo for tips at a few local restaurants in Jefferson Parish, nearer to home. When I reached my 18th birthday (now legal to be in the Louisiana lounges), I began playing at local clubs nearer home with un-named Country bands. I played nightly as part of the house band at King's Lounge with Bob Sargent, Jeannie Smith, Patti Mack, Eldin Chadville, also at The Western Lounge with Eldin Chadville, and Joe Barry as well as at the Rogues Gallery in Harahan, La. where I met Dennis Lopez and the Everyday Special Band. After playing with several different bands and many nights of performing under the belt, I eventually landed regular gigs playing guitar and bass (both acoustic and electric) as part of the house bands for the South Louisiana (Ponchatoula) Hayride and the Bogalusa Hayloft, where I was privileged to play behind a number of Country Music's big names of the mid to late 60's while they toured the area. I even performed on a New Orleans TV show in the late 60's playing bass with a North Shore Country group (The Rollin' Wheels) while backing up a local female vocalist (Linda Crist), at the TV Station inside the ITM building in New Orleans. Word of caution here, don't ever get talked into riding down the elevator of a high rise with all of the band equipment unless you like free falling without a parachute! It was a tummy tickler all the way down to the lobby ... sure glad the elevator's brakes were working!

In the early 1970's, I found myself playing Rock n' Roll for the younger folks and Country, Golden Oldies, and Swamp Pop for their parents as the house band trio, Ms. Polly's Goof-ups with Harold Campo and Leo Wilmeir, at the Silver Spur Lounge in Old Jefferson, La. I enjoyed being able to perform something for everyone! I especially had fun with a segment we called -*Stump the Band*- where the audience would make all kinds of song requests and we would either play it, or something made up that had the request title in it! I continued playing electric bass and lead and backup vocals throughout much of the mid to later 70's with a New Orleans Oldies Swamp Pop group, Dennis Lopez and The Everyday Special, I sure loved the sound we had when the sax and trumpet filled in or took on the lead in those Oldie Doo-Wop and Swamp Pop tunes!

After graduation from University of New Orleans, I left New Orleans for Houston, Texas. waving my sheep's skin, to start my professional engineering career as an associate engineer with Brown and Root. While there, I landed a gig at Gilley's in Pasadena, Tx. where I sang lead vocals and played bass guitar for a year or so in 1979 thru 1980, doing the club scene at Gilley's ... once again playing Country Music. On breaks between sets I learned how to hit the floor without getting hurt when when tossed off the mechanical bull.

I left Houston and moved to Pearl River, Louisiana in March of 1980 due to my late wife's chronic kidney disease, taking the position of Distribution Engineer for the Northshore division of the local electric utility, Central Louisiana Electric Co., and soon I was playing electric bass and performing lead and backup vocals with a Slidell, La. area Blues / Classic Rock / Southern Rock cover group (The Last Chance Band with David Boyet, Stanley Pichon, and Duncan Brand). I stayed with this group from the mid 80's until we finally dissolved in the mid 90's. Soon afterward I again began taking on lead vocals and playing bass, rhythm and lead Country Music with a number of different locals, Reushaw -*Buster*- Crawford, Marty Singletary, Joyce Malley, Jim Kinney, Jimmy Singletary, and a number of other back porch guitar pickers and singers in the Pearl River / Slidell, La. area. Eventually, I applied a name to the group of regulars so that the campground that I had us booked for a big outdoor party, could advertise ... hence Millennium Country was born (see also Millennium Mix listing in Bandmix). We continue performing locally in Southeast Louisiana and Southern Mississippi as Millennium Mix since we play more than country music, but mostly just for parties and special benefit activities, to this day. We performed regularly until my piano player, James -*Jimmy*- Singletary, shortly after losing his wife to cancer, suddenly became ill and required surgery for the cancer in the bones of his upper palate and sinuses. His recovery has been very slow, but I decided to stay with him to lend moral support during his recovery. Unfortunately, the other band members soon grew tired of waiting and drifted off in other directions. Now, as time drifts always forward, I have passed retirement age, and health concerns have shown up for me as well. I am actively controlling my Diabetes II, Glaucoma, and Cataracts. Also with age comes the lack of desire to load, haul, and set up all that heavy musical equipment to play gigs, even when using a roadie! ... and if it's after dark, I now require a driver since I can't see well enough to drive ... especially with all the LED headlights shining in my eyes and flaring in my cataracts. While we don't perform public venues all that often ... when we did, we ate well, floated a few beer kegs, and passed a grand old time! Laissez les bon temps rouler!

I perform music specifically catering to the desires of the audience. I perform songs from the 1950's through 1960's Blues, Rock N' Roll / Rock a Billy / New Orleans Swamp Pop and; Jazz, as well as Classic and Contemporary Country Music, Southern Rock, Western Swing, some 60's R and B and some Funk and Classic Soul. I'll perform just about anything the audience requests. My repertoire is a growing compilation of cover tunes and my own compositions. I'm always working out and learning new cover tunes as well as penning a few originals as my muse arises. I like to insert a comedy tune or two during performances just to promote the audience actively having a good time.

In April, 2017 I retired from Cleco as the Lead Electrical Engineer after a full 37 years designing overhead and underground high voltage electrical distribution systems for subdivisions, shopping centers, system improvement projects, distribution substations as well as trouble shooting high voltage overhead and underground electrical systems. Since retirement, I now have ample time to play and learn new music and drive my darling wife crazy with all the noise. She prefers oldies and country over classic rock, so I tend to keep it more to her liking, being less volume and something she prefers.

Direct Contact Information:

Since the BandMix Terms of Use (TOU) doesn't allow me to list direct contact information in the -*Description*- area plus they actively filter out all email addresses, hyperlinks, and phone numbers found there and elsewhere ... (They didn't say anything about listing it in this section!) They still actively filter out email addresses here, but with a little simple decoding, you can contact me directly via email to: JIMKNOCH(at)HOT_MAIL(dot)COM} [leave out the underscore, joining hot and mail and change the (at) to the -*at*-; symbol.]. I'll reply likely within 24hours. If you prefer, feel free to call me any time at my Home, land line (985)-863-3316, I have an answering machine in the event I am not available when you call, so just leave a message and A Return Number. If you prefer to text or call my cell it is (985)-807-6729 be aware that I do not keep the cell phone with me all day long and I may not see a text right away due to system delays. Also, Please be advised that my ATT CELL SERVICE IS nearly NON EXISTENT at home. You can also contact me via MusiciansConnect(dot)com (as Swampy) as well as on a cell phone app called BandFriend. I am likewise listed on MusicLift as Swampy for bookings and on MusicianFinder both are (dot) coms.

Instrument experience:

Vocalist:
Expert
Vocalist - Baritone:
Expert
Vocalist - Tenor:
Expert
Rhythm Guitar:
Expert
Bass Guitar:
Expert
Background Singer:
Expert
Acoustic Guitar:
Advanced
Keyboard:
Moderate
Lead Guitar:
Intermediate
Drums:
Beginner

EQUIPMENT

Guitars:
1978 Fender F-15 Acoustic Guitar,
1965 Fender Stratocaster,
1966 Fender Mustang Bass,
Keyboards:
1990 Casio CT-370 Keyboard, w/ Stand
2011 Casio WK 500 Keyboard, w/ Stand
Amplifiers / Speakers:
1965 Kustom 200 - 200 Watt Head, 2 - 15 inch Speakers in Cab, Instrument / Bass Amp
2014 Fender Champion 100, 100 Watt Combo Guitar Amp, 2 -12 inch Fender Speakers
2019 Fender Rumble V3 - 200 1-15 inch Fender Speaker, 200 Watt Combo Bass amp
P.A System / Speakers:
2006 Kustom PA KPM8420T- 8 Chanel, 400 Watt, Powered Mixer Head w/ Stand
2006 Kustom 2ea. - KPC15, 15 inch -Speakers and Horns with Stands
2006 Kustom 2ea. - KPC12M w/ 12 inch -Speakers and Horns Floor Monitors
Microphones:
Shure SM-58, Cable, Stand
Shure 585SA, Cable, Stand
AKG D8000S, Cables, Stands
Pedals:
Vocal Harmonizer - 2020 TC Helicon Critical Mass, w/ Battery Eliminator
Looper - 2022 Boss RC-1, w/ Battery Eliminator
Electronic Drums:
2004 Alesis SR-16 Electronic Drum Machine, w/ Power Supply
Miscellaneous:
1985 Nady Wireless Guitar system.,
Recording / Sound Engineering:
2014 Focusrite, Scarlet Solo Digital Interface
DAW Software - ProTools First and Audacity

MUSIC

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Initial jam with Jerry Sambola and his band. Mandeville, La. 18:00

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General rehearsal with Chris & John.

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Short Rehearsal with Mr. Leo & Doug Maybr Roger

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