I would like to start a group to bring white collar adults together, on a very low-key and informal basis, to play some loud rock/blues music and drink some beers in the process.
I'm sure that there are other people like this out there - maybe you have kids, maybe your job takes up all of your play time, maybe your wife yells at you for playing your guitar too loudly, maybe you want to play some music so loudly that you won't be able to hear others complaining that you've left the house to play loud music. In any event, if any of that rings true, this group is for you.
This would be a low-key and informal jam, nothing too structured and no goals other than to get together and have fun, and would be a great way to bring musicians together who, like me, love to play but don't have the desire to quit our jobs and tour the world. I'm *not* interested in a Grateful Dead or other "jam band" type of jam, but am thinking something a little harder and more aggressive, like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Aerosmith, Zeppelin, Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Robin Trower, & other classic rock/blues bands in a similar vein. I play a mean guitar and have been playing for 20 years, and am looking for anyone else who is interested in doing something similar. Keys, Bass, Drums, Vocs, Guitar, whatever. I do have a relatively comfortable rehearsal space in my house in Center City with a drum set, many bass/guitar amps, keyboard, & PA that could be used, or I would split the cost to rent a rehearsal space (they are generally available for $20/hour or so). I hope this appeals to some people with similar interests and musical desires. I do want to limit this to professional, white-collar musicians who just want to get together in a fun and egoless setting, as I find that people who have things in common as people have things in common as musicians, get along better, and everything all works much better that way.
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