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I used to do the club circuit as a semi-professional Keyboard Player mostly as either a resident organist and also as a backing musician, I can sing a little and play a bit of Rhythm guitar, I am currently only playing for fun, I am an "Average" but competent Musician with a fair bit of experience. Can Front a band if necessary and could act as a "Compare" for a show would be prepared to Team up with anyone for fun or possible something more depending on the circumstances and the situation, playing alongside other musicians is fun and a "Buzz" in its own right.

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Oct 20 2015
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Just for Fun
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I was influenced by the old school singers Like Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davies Jnr (The Greatest Entertainer in the world bar none) I enjoy various types of music and love Listening to people like Oscar Peterson, Django Rhinehart and Stephan Grappelli,but like All types of music from Country,to Ballads,The Beatles, Abba,Madness,Gerry Lee Lewis, Rock and Roll, Loved The Big Band Era, but also Like Elton John Etc the only thing I am not into is a lot of the stuff around today Like, New wave stuff, Like Punk, Ska Hip Hop or Rap, or music played so loud you cant hear yourself think,


I have a Technics Organ (not portable in the house) I also have a portable Yamaha Keyboard with my own Volume Pedal,and Support Stand, and Stool, I also have my own Mic and Mic Stand, Music Stand and Leads, I also have an Acoustic Guitar, and a couple of the clip on pick ups, I have a small portable karaoke machine that i can use as a "Practice Amp"