Toronto Musicians Wanted
Original Hard Rock/Grunge/Metal duo consisting of a guitarist/songwriter and a drummer (2 members) is looking for a willing, dedicated and capable bass player to round out the lineup for our band. Our situation is that we already have all the music written and ready to go, just need someone to come in and to learn the material/the songs with us so that we can begin transitioning from one to one practices with the songwriter/guitarist (me) eventually to the jam space with the drummer and then over to the live show environment and beyond. Candidate must simply like and be in agreement with how the music is and be willing to dedicate time weekly (once or even twice a week) to get together to practice and get familiar with the songs. We each are a 30+ years old and would like candidates to be 25+ years old that can get to the Etobicoke region to meet up and practice on days when needed to, so you just need a bass and basic gear plus good ability to play as the music has a level of challenge to it, intermediate to expert level original music here. Also needs to be good with contributing a share towards practices in the jam space on a regular basis. I have the original music posted in recorded form on and up on some websites so I'll share them with you now so you can see if the style is something you'd like and be interested in pursuing with us.
Check out https://tylegraceblood.bandcamp.com/ to see all the albums written so far over the last several years and
for a more succinct and briefer look at our original music.
Basic goals for the band are to form and get unified from within, to consistently practice and get show ready while creating promotional material and videos along the way then to regularly when possible be playing out live in the city and maintain doing that while hopefully making inroads and progress along the way. We're not really interested in touring at this present time but would consider playing out of town gigs, though of course for us one thing at a time and I for one think it's better to keep our goals bite-sized, small and attainable and accepting that they'll likely happen with steady progress and in due time. My name is Tyler and I'm the contact person so get back at me if interested and if this sounds like a situation you'd like to try getting involved with. Hope to talk to you later. Thank you for your interest and time. Best regards.