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Band to Join.


Basically John Lord seeks band. Well... I like to play in the style of Jon Lord so need a Deep Purple or something mad and rocking from the 70's .

Ideally I seek a dynamic band, something exciting. I prefer live performance.

Over the years I've been in about 16+ bands, done all sorts of gigs/venues from TV, open-air festivals to small pubs, with 300 gigs. I'm no stranger to live performance, wilder the better.

I need creative and motivated people, probably suit dedicated and committed people. Those with a "passon" - doesn't work for me.

I prefer live performance, brash, exciting, colour, dynamics, don't want the everyday "white/black tee shirt and blue jeans" thing - I like the performance to excite the audience.

I've added a number of different tracks to my profile (see below) that I've worked on, I've done many more. I also do really great recreations of tracks, usually 1980s tracks. Some were used live on stage, either as an audio backing track or live midi sequencer. Some are on YouTube as a "how to".

I'm currently doing the Jon Lord thing and looking for a band needing that unique style of exciting playing.

I'm competent on guitar, so can switch between guitar and keys live on stage although I prefer just keys.
I don't want to be the "lead guitarist". I've played the harmony guitar parts on Lizzy tracks (live). It's fair to say I'm more funk than punk.

Talk to me here: synthsampler at g ma i l com, just compact and add the dots. Don't think about it, just send me a message.

Screen name:
Member since:
May 28 2014
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


Start at 1962 and end at 1988, I'm everything in between.

Instrument experience:



Samplers/synths from the USA, UK, Japan and Germany. Hamm C3+122. Usual amount of studio kit, some live kit. Tech savvy. I program up all my keyboards.
Please note: I use samplers to create new and different type of sounds and instruments, not for playing rhythm loops.