Band Looking for Lead Guitarist.
Jukebox Sabotage a.k.a JBS out of Londonderry is looking for a lead guitarist. Practices are generally once a week (Friday or Saturday). We play 60's, 70's and some 80's classic rock. We are not a paint by numbers band - we interpret songs and "JBS" them while keeping the integrity of the songs. We also play some originals and occasionally develop new ones.
Practices are loose but we get our work in. Sure, we party a little as well but the primary focus is the music. We play select gigs - parties, outings, benefits and the occasional bar but we do not necessarily aspire to play out regularly - usually we gig about 6 times a year.
We have a sweet studio in Londonderry with all the necessary equipment to rock out and no issues with sound - the neighbors didn't even know we had a rock band practicing every week. Occasionally, people will come by to hang out so we do get "live" practices in now and then.
All of us are in our mid to late 40's. No BS and no attitudes...we let the music do the talking. Currently, we have a drummer, bass player and lead vocalist (who also plays some guitar and leads).
If you are tired of playing the same old tunes, come by and check us out. JBS is all about selecting great tunes that aren't always the most popular tunes you hear every day on the radio. Sure, we play a few of those (you have to) but generally we try to select tunes that aren't tired.
If any of this interests you, please call.
We are holding auditions for the next few weeks. I can send you our current set list to pick some songs to come down and jam to.
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