Long-time multi-instrumentalist. I prefer to play rhythm guitar, piano, lead vocals, but I have no issues to play bass and simple drum patterns, and I love doing vocal harmonies. My playing and singing style tends to lean towards punk/rock/pop sound.

I'm not looking to drop everything and jump into a music career. I used to play in a few bands back in the day, and gigged out a lot. However, I have a wife, kids, and a successful career outside of music. I now just want to be semi-dedicated to see how a group of us do, and have some fun. We could discuss increasing frequency of practices, number of gigs, and seriousness once we establish a good foundation. I would not mind eventually creating an album, videos, marketing, etc when the time is right. Let's first start with having fun bringing our originals to the table, writing new originals together, and learn a few covers.

I do not drink, smoke, or do drugs. I'm not against it; just don't show up and have it affect your focus or performance. I understand sometimes we all need vices to keep going in life, but I think we all know that one person who wasted everybody's time being drunk or stoned out of their mind.

With that all said, let's have fun! I encourage mixing up styles and influences of different musicians and creating a strong sound everyone in the band enjoys playing. The only bad idea is not trying an idea at least once.

Here are some videos: s://./channel/UCBqM9vFnARJzc5odHevSbNA

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Member since:
Jan 27 2019
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Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


Rock / Punk / Blues / Indie
All genre influence, except country pop. Jimmy Eat World, Blink-182, Flyleaf, 21 Pilots, Band of Horses, Death Cab For Cutie, Beatles, Flogging Molly, Green Day, Weezer, The Vines, Young the Giant, Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, Nirvana, Genesis/Phil Collins, Colin Hay, Steve Miller Band... I don't know, everything, but that's the popular stuff I just listened to recently.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:
Bass Guitar:


Guitars, basses, V-drums, PAs, mics, synths, guitar and bass amps. Practically everything needed to gig out. Reach out to me if you really care to know the make and models.