SEEKINGBand to Join.
Looking to do something fun. Rock, R&B, funk or all of the above.
Money would be good, but driving to Palm Springs to play for 5 hours for $50 is probably not my thing.
Started playing in clubs at age 15, did 2,000 gigs before age 25.
More of a bass player who also sings, but I do sing lead from time to time. Just not my calling card.
Moved to LA from Boston to go to Musicians Institute many moons ago.
No patience for drama.
I never give less than 100% on stage, regardless of how many people/ how crappy the gig is/ drunks singing into the microphone/ sub-par pre-gig burrito/ singer blowing the gig money on coke/ or the abundance of brown m&ms.
I have a regular day time gig.
I envision setting up a band to do corporate gigs in the next year when I finish building my home studio (third one). Joining one would be easier.
Music I posted is pretty straight forward stuff, interesting Beatles cover and a tune with a nice bass solo. Plenty more where that came from. I can post me bopping happily along to 8th notes or playing some crazy slapping/ tapping or singing like my hair is on fire. Lemme know.
- Screen name:
- Member since:
- Sep 10 2014
- Active within 2 weeks
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
- Most available:
Jaco, Stanley, Berlin, Wooten, JPJ, Bootsy, Hamilton, Schacher, Danny Klein, McCartney, Patitucci, Verdine White, dUg, Nathan Watts, Jamerson,Wonder, Rundgren...
- Bass Guitar:
- Background Singer:
- Vocalist - Baritone:
F Bass 6
F Bass fretless 5
Multiple fenderish 4 & 5 string frankenbasses that I made from parts and scratch
Line 6 wireless
Boss bass multi-pedalboard thingee
Aguilar 4x10 cab
Studio full of recording/ playing gear
Within You Without You
Within You Without You Track number: 3 Year: 2001 Album: Head Sandwich Genre: Rock
Interesting take on what I'm guessing is a rarely covered Beatles tune.
Hardware Girl Track number: 10 Year: 2007 Album: 2 And Change Genre: Rock
Mellow tune with a nice bass solo.