Baltimore, MDUSA 21231
September 1, 2008
I'm a singer/songwriter; I've been playing since October 2005. I'm mostly self-taught but have also had lessons. I love to perform and jam, plus I enjoy dabbling in home recording on the side.
My Martin 000CX-1E is my songwriting guitar, and it's like a best friend...
I love all guitars...I have a few and I'm not going to say no to any of them, acoustic or electric! I'd love a bass...
Right now it's the Folk and Roll stylings of the fab four from across the pond--no, not THOSE four--the string-breaking, kick-drum-thumping, bass-tossing, keyboard-banging, banjoriffic Mumford & Sons. Who did YOU think I meant??? <grin>
nice meeting you today and hearing your original song,,it was awesome,,i think that song could go some where with the right connection,
Meg, I really enjoyed performing again with you and the crew. I hope we can do it again soon. I'd love to see the video and/or get a copy.
Hi Meg, nice gear.
I see there doing the Little Falls Tavern Jam again. Great music! Great people! Great location!
Tomorrow, I jump into the World of Blue Grass (again), a local Meet Up (also fun). I enjoyed your original music at Little Falls last Meet Up.
Yes, I did have trouble finding the Chord Progressions as warned
Still looking for them !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Don "The Harmonica Guy"
The open mics are one of the best learning tools that any level of player can do. It kind of puts you on the spot so to speak. it gives you the chance to wing any mistakes that are made. Welcome to the group. Hope to meet you soon.
the address is 3 commerce street, dundalk, md, 21222. It is usually a 3 song limit, due to the popularity and crowd. Novices, to experts. I have heard some really cool things there. Look up the thread Open Mic Night in Dundalk. Its a big thread because it is a lot of fun, and a lot of members frequent on thurs nites. We would love to see and hear ya, so if you get the energy and time....do drop by...