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Guitarist who, along with bassist and drummer, is seeking a singer. The three of us have played together for years and have gigged plenty. Although we do backing vocals and harmonies, we're under no illusions that we have the voices to be "up front". Have you?
We have played with male and female vocalists and would welcome either. Our singers, of the last few years, were two ladies, so we are mentally geared that way but would consider anyone. Age unimportant, just similar or overlapping musical preferences.

We are looking for someone who leans towards classic rock music to perform but not exclusively. Though a professional atttude towards the quality of what we deliver is essential, the aim is to achieve this whilst having fun. Not looking to get signed or make a living but it's important to gig (monthly or so) to give purpose to the weekly practices.

In using up some of your free, or family, time if you want to have fun and want to deliver entertainment at gigs without "the band" taking over your life, then we are for you. You'll find us easy, welcoming and fun company and musically tight.

Don't be shy, message me if you'd like to come along and see if you fit in and like what you could be part of. I can send you a set list for you to pick out a few to try.

We usually practice in Swindon (right on the northern edge, just next to the A419 - the Cold Harbour).

You can contact me via email at adam.123462@y--oo.co.uk (fill in the blanks with an a and an h)

Check out the musical links on the page, I've linked some talented folk whose profiles I've happened across on BandMix.

Screen name:
Member since:
Nov 12 2011
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
1 night a week
Most available:


I enjoy all sorts of music, rock, country, folk, some pop, anything really. Equally happy on electric or acoustic guitars. Anything goes as long as it has melody or feeling (or even both!) In previous bands, set lists included tracks by Free & Bad Company, GreenDay, Doobie Brothers, AC/DC, Stereophonics, Tom Petty, Adele, Crazy Elephant, ZZ Top, Mumford & Sons, INXS, and others I can't think of (why is it when people ask you what your band plays that, even with a 3 hour set list, you can only think of about three tracks?)

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
Lead Guitar:
Background Singer:


Guitars, amps, mics, effects - all of which is "gig-able kit.
Kit for gigs also held between us.