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I am a powerful vocalist, people compare me to Susan Tedeschi, former model, entrepreneur. Looking for a band to join me on my venture to stardom. I plan on starting to book gigs at Blues-style venues and smaller venues up and down the California coast. Then expand.

At first I was planning to do the whole thing grassroots, as I’ve been screwed financially on a record deal in the past and then by a fraud music manager following that, but I’m now open to the power of labels again. It is what it is and quite frankly, I don’t have the energy to try to change the world one bar stool at a time.

I will be finishing up the demo in Boston over Greg winter with some stellar musicians trained at Berkeley, with touring experience. I have about 10 songs finished, so by the end of winter, I should be ready for a whole album worth of songs.

I’m looking for a lead guitar player (blues influenced with ability to move into soft rock tunes), rhythm guitar, drummer with ability to move into light percussion, bass guitarist, keyboardist who can play songs that might come off Adele’s album, but also be able to jam on a Tedeschi Trucks riff, and a horn section of 2 people who are willing to lightly dance while they play. Eventually I will want back-up singers, but let’s just get organized.

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Member since:
Jul 24 2022
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Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


Tedeschi Trucks, Ray Lamontagne, Adele, Grace Potter (early years), Led Zeppelin, Uma Thurman’s dance moves in Pulp Fiction

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