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New to Montreal and looking to create and share in a musical experience.

I started off playing in bands - Hard rock - in the 90's. Then started wondering around the globe. Playing music when I could. This lostness led to developing my own style as I usually had an acoustic guitar and what ever else I could find. I found a cheap recording pedal one day and discovered looping / layering. Its super fun. I like to write music that builds throughout and peaks before leaving you wanting more. I prefer to find the music when jamming, start with a musical idea and go from there. The last band I was in I was playing bass and it was a full on jam band. We'd play gigs without a set list. Ask the audience for a key and style then take it from there. Thats super fun as well...

I'd be happy creating music together or if you have your own ideas / songs I would love to add to what you have written. Super mellow and just happy to play.

I have also performed colabs with DJ's playing festivals where I would accompany their set with a range of percussion instruments. This I find extremely fun and would jump at the chance again.

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Member since:
Oct 04 2021
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


early on it was RATM / chillys and all those geat late 90's rock / hard rock bands. In the naughtys I moved to move earthy tones like Xavier Rudd / John Buttler etc. The last decade has been an exploratory one for me as I have opened up my senses to every type of music I can find. Theres really nothing I wont listen to (doesnt mean I like it all) just that its been great to hear what artist have produced in different styles and learn what they have been doing

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Acoustic Guitar:
Other Percussion:
Bass Guitar:
Lead Guitar:


acoustic guitar with dual outputs (single coil pickup added to open up the possibilities), djembes, didge... now for the list of instruments that I would like to have..... haha