SEEKINGVocalist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Violin, Keyboard, Background Singer, Banjo, Mandolin, Fiddle, Dobro, Steel guitar, Accordion, Ukulele.
I am an singer/songwriter. I have been playing acoustic guitar and electric bass for most of my life. I have played in a variety of bands including reggae, blues, world beat, rock, Americana, etc. (I have carried my share of large amplifiers around at 2 am). My focus now is acoustic guitar, and I mostly play fingerstyle. I often play with another acoustic guitarist and one or two female singers (with or without bass and drums) and we share vocals with harmony.
I would love to meet other musicians to play with to either join what i am doing now, or to start a brand new project. I would be especially happy to meet female vocalists, acoustic guitarists, violinists, mandolin, percussionists, and bass.
The musician is more important than the instrument!
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- Member since:
- Feb 08 2015
- Active within 1 week
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- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- 50 to 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
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Just about every style of music has great examples. I have lived for about half my life overseas in some exotic places, so I have grown up with a lot of different music. I guess I could say I like "country music" - but it don't matter which country.
Not really into rap or heavy metal.
A lot. Maybe too much! (nah!)
I have a studio at home with with a good digital recording system, several bass, electric and acoustic guitar amps, 2 violins, a harp, 6 or 7 guitars, bass, trap drums, congas, djembe, a couple Bose speaker systems, mixers, mics, and some other stuff.
I Rust Year: 2015 Genre: Other
This song was written by a friend, J. Scuderi. Performed here with two acoustic guitars and vocals, at one of our practices. I have no idea what genre this is. Any suggestions?
Gotta Be Free
Gotta Be Free Genre: Reggae
I wrote this song about a breakup. (She is singing harmony ;0) I am singing and playing bass. This band was called the Davis Heat and recorded on a cassette 4 track.
Treats Me Like a Dog
Treats Me Like a Dog Year: 2015 Genre: Acoustic
This is a fun jazzy tune performed with jsut two acoustic guitars and backup female vocals. This is just a rough take recorded at a practice.