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Early days with new Eastern European singer/songwriter/guitarist and my old band-mate John. We're looking for a keyboard player or 2nd guitar Music is original, melodic, Soviet pop/rock/hippytrippy-type stuff. Interested? Drop me an email.

I'm still up for some casual cajon playing in the Lancaster/Morecambe area if there's anything out there!

Lancaster(ish)-based, experienced, musical, late 50s, but don't worry, that's drummer years, not normal years. Professional attitude, great busker, looking for something fun and different. Happy to play full/part kit or cajon, as long as the music and the people are cool. Anything with a focus on performance and entertainment. Not into the open mic, standard issue covers scene - been there, done that (a few times!). My default style has a sort of bluesy/swingy/jazzy-rocky-pop feel (ish) but am happy playing everything from 70s blues rock through to Burt Bacharach if the vocals are good.

Or, is there a street band/festival band that needs a snare player?

Anyone starting an interesting project?

I've been fortunate to play with some great bands, starting right back in the 80s with Kabuki (whose tracks I am a Horse and My Hair still get lots of plays on YouTube); The Tullys (sold out the Hope and Anchor, Islington with this band); Peppercorn Rent (played the Acoustic Festival of Great Britain with these guys and girls); Graham Larkbey, and others including, more recently, Graham Windle and (in 2016, on metallophone), the great Stephen Grew as part of his piano/gamelan ensemble supporting Tipping Point. I'm not the world's greatest technical drummer, but if the vibe is right I do have a great feel.

So, anything out there?
Ta for looking!

Feel free to message me directly at: bdgrtraining@gmx(dot)(com)

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Mar 16 2015
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Years playing music:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
1 time per week
Available to gig:
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Premier pro kit, cajon, Istanbul and Paiste cymbals, desk/amp, mics, gaffa tape.