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Accordion, Acoustic Guitar, Background Singer, Bagpipes, Banjo, Bass Guitar, Cello, Clarinet, DJ, Dobro, Drums, Electronic Music, Fiddle, Flute, Harmonica, Harp, Keyboard, Mandolin, Other, Other Percussion, Piano, Rhythm Guitar, Saxophone, Steel guitar, Trombone, Trumpet, Ukulele, Upright bass, Violin, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Tenor.


Experienced Rythm Guitarist/Songwriter, Acoustic and Electric Started writing songs when I was around 24 but tragedies put a halt to my dreams/career. I haveToo many songs to count, recent songs are Classic Rock, Alternative Rock, Little Indie Rock, Easy Listening Rock, All Types of Blues Rock, I believe in bringing back gorgeous melodies and harmonies from 70's and 90's Rock. I have my own sound, these songs are more than great, I write up to 3 songs per day, from start to finish, I was blessed with gift of Songwriting but not a recordable voice, my sound would be Alternative Rock mixed with blues ixed with deep blues and classic to heavy Rock but I can also write material in style of Duffy but again I have my own unique sound but yet every song sounds different, songs flow from me, melodies just flow, lyrics flow easily, I can sing a song, write full song without guitar then match chords to fit it and I can hit 1 or 2 chords and a great amazing melody and lyrics just pour out and the song will write itself. I'm always writing, 7 days a week. If a catchy line or clever lines come to me, ill write them straight down, again if a great melody, song comes to me ill always hit record, then pick up guitar.

Screen name:
Member since:
Mar 15 2020
Active within 1 week
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
6-7 nights a week
Most available:


Pink Floyd
Jethro Tull
Grateful dead
Deep purple
The doors
The who
Janis Joplin
The Carpenters
Alanis Morissette
Ocean Colour Scene

I love everything from The Carpenters to Alice in Chains & Mad Season but to be fair & honest, I'm British, so I write British rock, classic, British, rock, think of early Fleetwood Mac a bit deeper on blues, with little Clapton, a little Floyd, a little Duffy sometimes just wrote a song 4 days ago which sounds exactly like what you would expect Duffy to sing, Creed, classic, British blues rock is best way I can describe it with very modern day twist, I once did have an audition for Phil Collins Session Drummer but my band didn't want fame, they just wanted to play little gigs in bars, I need my songs to be heard, which is why I never/can't stop writing songs that both talk to any audience. People relate to my songs as I draw on what is going on in the world and give it a catchy as hell modern day twist on every song, I have a bunch of people I play any new song to, they tell me either yes it's great, it's epic, or no it's not good, I don't do in between if I get an it's okay, that's no good to me and it's scrapped, I have way too many songs finished to give you an actual number as I put a ton of heart, passion soul & a lot of talent in to each song, I can write a full song with lyrics without guitar then just match chords to it later on, I can play just one chord, start singing & let the song write itself and tells me where I need to go with chords or finger picking or both or I can write a catchy as hell rythm melody on set of chords start humming & a melodic, gorgeous, classic rock song will emerge, I have a sing called "Suicide Inn"™ you would think, be really depressing, not very inspiring or be other way too korney, I have that right balance where the sing & it's clever lyrics make it sound like it's a song about checking into a hotel or mental institution, I need my audience to relate to every song with suicide rates being on high, the sing again, British, classic, Rock, wrote itself, I'm proud to be British, I'v had a few leaf guitarists but they've all been into either American heavy metal which I can't do or American Grunge which I can do but I don't want to, I love American southern Rock like Eagles, I have & can write like Eagles very easily, I love Creed, Fleetwood Mac is part British part American,. When you have a massively varied amount of genres you like, you know exactly where to go when writing a catchy classic rock song that speaks to everybody.

Instrument experience:

Rhythm Guitar:
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Background Singer:


Electro Acoustic Guitar, Buying Either Ibanez or Epiphone Les Paul Electric this month, Huge Squire Amp, 4 Deck recorder, I have another Acoustic Guitar which I don't use.