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Im a super Swell guy looking for a jam space and a group of well minded individuals looking to make awesome music.

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Jan 13 2018
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Gigs played:
Over 100
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My list of influences is rather large, but to shoot for my top 5.

1.) Jimmy (The Rev) Sullivan of A7F, hands down one of my greatest influences and favourite musicians of all time, may he R.I.P. :(

2.) Chris Adler of Lamb of God. As a growing drummer, one sound and style i could always come back too and challenge myself is Chris’s drumming. Still one of my favorites today.

3.) Matt Halpern of Periphery.
Matt is my absolute favourite drummer of all time. His style and level of playing are out of this world, i only wish to be able to play as amazing as this man. His band is mind —blowingly awesome. I wish to be in a band as talented as periph

4.) Jay Postones of Tesseract. Another drummer that boggles my mind is jay. His sound and technical abilities tickle my fancy

5.) Number 5 is a tricky pick But ill have to say my #1 favorite Band of all time : The Sorrow. All of my favorite songs to play are songs from this band. They were tight, creative, structured and flat out sounded amazing together. Brought tears to my eyes when i heard they disbanded. But thats life for ya. Hopefully they shoot me a steller comeback ......tied for 5th ill have to say Architects, Dan and the boys absolutely killed it this year with their new album, love their sound

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Recently purchased my first Acoustic kit, but have always been a fan of my Roland electronic Drum kit, Despite what people think when i set them up on stage, they sound amazing in small venues and are amazing to have jams and practices with, especially in smaller settings and jam spaces, accoustics will always be too loud and obnoxious unless you’re set up and mic’d on a dectly sized stage. For most gigs in the OK, my electronics will win, no doubt.