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I've been singing for as long as I could talk. I cover songs with my ukulele (in private) just for fun, but karaoke nights at the bar are my favorite time to sing, as well as the closest I've ever gotten to being on-stage. I'm hoping to find a band in search of a lead vocalist. I've been told on numerous occasions that I have an amazing voice and that it could take me places. But I just have no idea where to start.

I can sing the vocals in just about any song; I just listen and then sing what I heard. (I can't scream or growl, but other than that, I've taught myself how to mimic most voices/vocal techniques.) I would guess that my voice is probably somewhere in the Alto range, but I honestly can't say for sure as I've never actually recieved any formal vocal training. I dabble with the ukulele. I'm able to follow along with simple chord progressions and give it my own personal touch, but singing is and always will be my real passion.

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Member since:
Sep 06 2020
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Just for Fun
Years playing music:
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


To be frank, I've been influenced by anything I've ever listened to and enjoyed. If I had to describe my voice (which, believe me, is no easy task), I'd say that, in its' most authentic style, it falls somewhere between the sounds of Dolores O'Riordan (The Cranberries) and Layne Staley (Alice in Chains). I have a very loud, grungy natural voice. (However, as I previously mentioned, I'm capable of accurately mimicking just about any voice, so really I can sound like anyone.)

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I own two ukuleles, and my vocal chords. Unfortunately, that's about it.