SEEKINGBass Guitar, Drums.
I'm a guitarist/singer/songwriter that has a pile of originals that I'm looking to work up with a band, and then record. If anything were to come of the band after that, that would be great too.
I'm looking for a rhythm section that can play their instruments with some authority, and who wants to be a part of an original project, playing funky/rocky/heavy/reggae/bluesy tunes that are danceable, but heavy enough to not be lame!
Mainly looking for a drummer and bassist to round out the band for the recordings. You don't have to have a ton of experience, just be able to play your instrument and cop a groove!
Also, I want to find players that can stay sober during jams and recording sessions. People that can't need not apply.
blackcherrymusic at live dot ca
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- Mar 10 2013
- Active over 1 month ago
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- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
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I'm into rock, funk, reggae, 50's/60's, rockabilly, acoustic psychadelia, alt country, instrumental sound scaping, and anything that's got a pulse and that's honest - what I'm not into is any prepacked b.s. that is trying to fit into some sort of template - just shoot me in the face!
As a guitar player, I love to play with alternate tunings, feedback, and I play kind of unconventionally. Of course all of the monster players have influenced me - Page/Hendrix/Gilmore, as well as Marc Ford, early Joe Walsh, early Santana, Bob Marley, James Brown, John Paul Jones, Brian Setzer, etc...
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Gretsch Pro-Jet, Fender Thinline Tele, Epiphone 335 electric, all are tricked out hardcore and stay in tune even with the aggressive use of the Bigsby's. Fender Deluxe amp. Lots of pedals & fx. E-bow, leslie & an I-Made Cherry Blaster slide guitar. I have a bunch of acoustics too..
Seeing as my tube amp doesn't come alive until it's at least on 3 (nor does the guitar), - I play with a bit of volume - plus it's rock'n'roll! It has to be loud enough to feel it! So anyone afraid of a little volume need not reply.
What I'm talkin' bout
What I'm talkin' bout Genre: Funk
This is a rough unfinished demo, but shows the direction that my originals are going in. Missing the blasting horn parts.
My Dusty Lung
My Dusty Lung Year: 2008 Album: Romer - 1 of 3 Genre: Alternative
This song is called My Dusty Lung, from a heavy band called Romer that I play with.