SEEKINGBand to Join, Vocalist, Vocalist - Soprano, Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Drums, Other Percussion, Violin, Keyboard, Background Singer, Other, Mandolin, Fiddle, Dobro, Vocalist - Alto, Bagpipes, Steel guitar, Cello, Accordion.
I'm in the South Birmingham area and looking for collaborators.
I'm old enough to know better and I've done lots. Too much to bore you with here.
I don't do widdly widdly guitar solos and I don't wear leather trousers.
I have a few musical projects, and the I love the people I play with, but I have space for something special.
Open to all sorts of suggestions, but particularly looking for anyone interested in:
Folky, roots, indie, groovy things, with edgy indie ingredients, maybe technology, lots of vocal harmony, left leaning themes.
A mixture of original material and covers with a twist.
Stylistically think: Band of Joy, meets Suede, meets KT Tunstall, meets Seth Lakeman meets InVocal (seriously, check them out, they're on Spotify), meets the Alabama 3, meets the Oyster Band meets the Mediaeval Baebes meets the Bad Shepherds.
I'm looking for a great female voice, a drummer with sophistication and a fiddle player, but if you play anything else and you're interested get in touch too.
If you want to hear stuff I've done before you'll find it at:
But this is all studio stuff. Please don't assume that this is what I'm after for this project. It just tells you how my ears work!
I'm also interested in playing bass for other people's things too.
Do get in touch!!! Now!! Go On!!!
07803 555 137
- Screen name:
- Dave Howard
- Member since:
- Nov 10 2010
- Active within 1 month
- Level of commitment:
- Very Committed
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 2-3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 2-3 nights a week
I think the above will do.
- Rhythm Guitar:
- Vocalist - Tenor:
- Acoustic Guitar:
- Bass Guitar:
- Background Singer:
- Lead Guitar:
I have toys!
Gypsy Girl Year: 2009 Genre: Other
The track - as with any others of mine here - just shows how my ears work, and what I get up to in the studio. Please don't assume that what I'm after creating with a live band will sound anything like this!