*** 1/11/20. I’m putting this on hold until the Covid situation improves. Guys are welcome to make contact but there’ll be no face-to-face get togethers right now. Thanks. ***
SEEKING: MALE ACOUSTIC GUITARIST/SINGER...
... to complete an acoustic trio.
We’re looking for a good quality guitarist plus someone who sings pretty well (because three part harmonies are envisaged eventually).
This is a new project. The outline plan is to play good quality pop in a fun and entertaining style. At this early stage the aim is to concentrate on Beatles songs because they are universally known.
[Sorry, but this group is *not* a vehicle for singer/songwriters to show their work: it’s strictly for playing Beatles covers.]
The group hopes to rehearse to Covid rules then, when things improve, to play paid-work gigs on the local circuit - mainly pubs, I suppose!
This is a hobby-band project. Whilst it’s just for fun a certain level of commitment is obviously needed from us all if it’s to work properly.
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and I’ll respond as soon as I can.
- Screen name:
- Johnnie Esienhower
- Member since:
- Nov 08 2011
- Active within 1 week
- Level of commitment:
- Years together:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- 1 time per week
- Available to gig:
- 1 night a week
- 67 years
Wide and varied, but Beatles for this project. With time other influences may - or my not - become part of the music.
Members Of Band
A good female acoustic guitarist / singer, plus me on acoustic (fretted and/or fretless) bass and backing/harmony vocals.
We are both mature players and we anticipate the third member would be of a similar age, though age is not a vital issue.
The female guitarist and I are both accomplished players/singers (though my voice is not what it used to be so the new player would have to take a good share of the vocals).
To be decided upon band formation but the plan is to use as little equipment as possible to keep the set up light, portable and low volume! Maybe a fairly simple, low-ish power PA: I will use a small bass amp.