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(still) looking for blues players

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Posted By : ben murray | Comments : 3

in east lancs/manchester area

Looking to put together a little three/four piece playing jazzy, bluesy stuff. Few old standards and some jamming.

TBH Im not looking to gig and not really looking to "practice" as such. Just want to find some competent players who can get together maybe once or twice a month. Thinking of it more like a jam session more than anything else.

I'm a guitarist. Obviously looking for drums and bass, would like to find a keyboard player if possible? Would be open to another guitarist - but someone decent who I can steal some tasty playing off.

Im in East Lancashire but happy to travel into Manchester area for a decent bunch of players. Not expecting much from this but give me a shout if you're interested.


# Posted by The Rockin Train - 22/09/2016, 11:14 (GMT)

ar you still looking for a bass player been in a few bands bluesy some rock got my own stuff give us a bell see if we can sort something out 07522649760 cheers

# Posted by Mr Cottonhouse - 22/09/2016, 11:50 (GMT)

I am not drumming with the Hoochie Coochie Band now so this may suit me as well.

# Posted by Evenfall covers group - 22/09/2016, 13:45 (GMT)

My husband Ash is a great lead guitarist influences Joe Walsh, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Robin Trower and Todd Rungdren, and Mick Ronson. We are in Salford Gtr Manchester and he doesn't want to perform but wants to get together with other like minded and competent musicians. Please get in touch if it looks like it's going to work out,. thanks


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