Vocalist - Soprano, Lead Guitar, Violin, Keyboard, Piano, Background Singer, Mandolin, Fiddle.


I'm a singer song writer looking for fellow musicians (and singers) to collaborate with on original songs.

I have 3 friends that I jam and work on arrangements with regularly, but they are not always available and we all play guitars. I would like to meet some multi-instrumentalists who would be willing to contribute to song arrangements.

We would like to include:
- a keyboard/piano player
- possibly another lead guitar player to share filling the breaks in our songs (we have 1 regular lead guitarist)

- singers !!!! backup or another lead singer welcome as well
- a female voice to sing harmonies with would be great !!!
- various other instruments: fiddle, cello, mandolin, harmonica, etc.

- we are going for a 'grunge/alternative' kind of sound - a cross between Crazy Horse, Nirvanna, with a Little Flying Burrito Bros. and maybe an additional something that you haven't heard of yet

Please message me if you are interested in playing on any of our songs.

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Apr 06 2019
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Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week


Please check out some of the recordings listed here to hear who our influences might be and whether you might enjoy playing some of this music. The list below includes a number of originals and a couple of covers of some older songs. These are not studio quality recordings - they were done either in my home office in GarageBand or at one of our jam sessions with a portable recording device.

Please contact me if you are interested in joining us !!!!!

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I have a few guitars - well maybe more like 12 - a collection of acoustics and electrics. I have a few mic's and a couple of amps. I record on my IMAC in Garageband and on a Zoom H6. I also own an older upright piano. For recording I use a Line 6 POD HD500 simulator to run my guitars through most of the time.

You can contact me at . . . .

We currently have a practice space that we use once per week.