Bassist for The RadioSonics (www.theradiosonics.com).

2023 Gigs:
January 14: Donaleigh's - Barrie
March 4: Revival 1863 - Orangeville
March 18: Rock the Piste - Blue Mountain
April 1: Ten Gallon Bar & Grill - Newmarket
April 16: Dakota's Sports Bar & Grill - Etobicoke
April 29: The St. George - Georgetown
May 13: Roc N Docs - Mississauga
May 27: Smokeshow BBQ and Brew - Toronto
June 10: The Powerhouse - Stoney Creek
July 8: Revival 1863 - Orangeville
July 22: The Edge - Ajax
September 2: The Dickens Pub - Burlington
September 23: B-Side Social - Hamilton
November 4: Revival 1863 - Orangeville

I have lots of experience. Played to 5,000+ at major festivals on some nights and to no one but the bartender on others. It's all a part of the journey :)

I'm not a pro, but I consider hard work as part of the fun. I know what it requires for a band to get regular bookings and re-bookings. It has to be enoyable, but it does take serious commitment, a knowledge of what people will come out to see, and treating every gig as an audition for future gigs. It's worth it when it works.


Past bands:
Kasablanca Blvd (rock originals, 2006-07)
Blue Radio (Blue Rodeo tribute, 2008-10)
PunchTube (rock originals, 2010, live only)
OnEdge (rock covers, 2010-11)
Blue Radio (Blue Rodeo tribute, 2012-19)
Ultimate Urban (Keith Urban tribute, 2015-19)
Let's Have a Party (Toby Keith tribute, 2016-19)
Soda Blue (2015-16)
Morning Fame (2017)
The Spiral Theory (rock originals / covers, 2018-21)
The RadioSonics (rock covers, 2022- infinity)

Screen name:
Member since:
Jan 28 2009
Active within 1 week
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:


Wide range of listening and playing interests. For playing live, I'm for anything that makes it fun for the audience. What I listen to at home and what I play on stage are not necessarily the same. For cover songs, my playing style is influenced by whoever is on the original. When writing my own parts in original bands, it really depends on the song. With the originals on the this page, Brace For Echo is an example of where a busier bassline naturally fit (I wrote the lyrics to that one as well). Shoreline is one where I played a simple line as anything more complicated would have ruined the mood of the song.

Instrument experience:

Bass Guitar:


'10 Fender MIA American Special Precision
'11 Fender MIA American Special Precision (Eb tuning)
'21 Fender Mustang PJ
'84 Peavey Foundation
Traynor YBA 100 Head
Traynor YBA 300 Head
Traynor SB200 Head
Traynor TC410 NEO Cabinet
Traynor TC115 NEO Cabinet
A variety of pedals when needed