SEEKINGBand to Join, Bass Guitar, Lead Guitar, Vocalist - Soprano, Drums.
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; 905.829.9055 (office); 905.829.9599 (home).
Please Note: I see too many adds for good musicians that do not leave contact info. If you are interested in what follows, please respond directly by email (email@example.com,net) or by calling my office number (905.829.9055) or calling at home (905.829.9599).
I have been playing keyboards (mainly piano and organ, some synthesizers) for over 35 years; mostly covering "classic rock" bands of the 70s and the 80s. I have lots of stage experience playing in many places around the planet (Ontario, US, Latin America, Middle East). For about 12 years or so, I was a member of a successful working Deep Purple tribute band playing all over Ontario and Quebec.
I am very much interested in 1) forming a solid classic rock/progressive rock act (first choice); or, 2) joining a solid classic rock/progressive rock act (second choice) covering either a tribute band or doing a wide selection of classic rock/progressive bands of the 70s and early 80s. I am not interested in doing strictly blues or soft rock.
Currently seeking a bass player and a singer who can play bands listed under "Infleunces".
I am very committed, and looking to gig about once a month. If interested and serious, please email firstname.lastname@example.org - or call me directly at my office (905.829.9055), or at home (905.829.9599). Please DO NOT try to contact me through bandmix as my internet access is questionable and my bandmix account is limited (free).
Would love to hear from someone who shares the same passion. When you email or call, please leave complete contact info (email, phone number, etc.). Thanks and Keep Rockin'
- Screen name:
- Jon Lord Jadaa
- Member since:
- Aug 20 2006
- Active within 2 weeks
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- Most available:
Hard/classic/Progressive rock bands of the 70s/80s (mature music) - Deep Purple, Rainbow, Ian Gillan Band, Boston, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Pink Floyd, Uriah Heep, Triumph, Journey, Jethro Tull, Asia, Europe, Santana, Styx, Scorpions, Rush, Van Halen, Moody Blues, Steely Dan, Doobie Brothers, Allman Brothers, Rare Earth, Clapton (and Cream), Ronnie James Dio, Gary Moore, Elton John (the older stuff), Phil Collins (the older stuff), etc. You get the idea. Only interested in progressive, hard, driving rock with nice clean rhythms, melodies, scales, and tasteful solos & improvisational lines.
PLEASE - NO Beatles, NO Stones, NO ZZ Top, NO Neil Young, NO Bob Dylan, NO David Wilcox, NO George Thorougood, NO Stone Temple Pilots, NO BareNaked Ladies, NO Earth Wind & Fire, NO Temptations, No Stevie Winder, NO Disco, No Ska, No Raggea; etc... I hope you got the idea!!!
- Background Singer:
- Rhythm Guitar:
Stage Keyboards - Korg BX3 double manual organ; Roland SH60 synthesizer (a modified Juno 106); Roland JD800 synthesizer; other gadgets and toys.
Stage Amplification - 500 Watt Custom Made Double Cabinet Roating Sound Cahmber (Leslie simulation); 200 Watt Peavy Black Widow; Block 100. Will buy more equipment if a serious project develops.
Other Toys (depending on gig) - Hammond B300; Yamaha CP70 Baby Grand; Rhodes Electric Piano (full stage model); JVC Soundmaker; Yamaha C30 synthesizer; miscellaneous other keyboards & gizmos.
Rock O' Blues
Rock O' Blues Year: 2009 Genre: Classic Rock
A very good friend of mine dropped by one evening for a short visit. 5 minutes later and we're down into my dungeon, him on the drums and me on my keyboards. This was the outcome. PURELY improvised right on the spot, with no preconcieved ideas, thoughts or discussion - just keys, drums, and a little laughter in between.