Started by Jkendrick, July 24, 2014, 02:24:40 PM
Quote from: Jkendrick on July 24, 2014, 02:24:40 PMI'm in the middle of a move from Boulder to Portland. I'm looking for folks in Portland that may be interested in jamming. I'm a 40 year old with small kids so I'm not looking for anything serious, just some occasional jamming. Shoot me a private message if you're interested or know someone who might be.Here's a list of cover tunes I've been playing recently, though I'm also interested in working on original stuff:Poor Places - WilcoPeggy O - Traditional ( arr. Grateful Dead) Mother Nature's Son - The BeatlesGoing to California - Led ZeppelinTables & Chairs - Andrew BirdGomorrah - Jerry GarciaAlbuquerque - Neil YoungNobody Knows You When You're Down and Out - Jimmy Cox (arr. Eric Clapton)Beaumont Rag - Doc WatsonRussian Lullaby - Irving Berlin (arr. Garcia/Grisman)All The Things You Are - Jerome KernTake the "A" Train - Billy StrayhornTerrapin Station - Grateful DeadThe Naming of Things - Andrew BirdCryptical Envelopment - Grateful DeadFluffhead - PhishAbbey Road Suite (You Never Give Me Your Money>The End) - The BeatlesHelp on the Way->Slipknot!-> (Grateful Dead)AC/DC Bag - PhishSir Duke - Stevie WonderMy Brother Esau - Grateful DeadI Know A Little - Lynyrd SkynyrdThe Argus- WeenPink Moon - Nick DrakeLittle One - BeckAt Least That's What You Said - WilcoJust - RadioheadThe Divided Sky - PhishStormy Monday - T-Bone WalkerThe Rain Song - Led ZeppelinThe Eleven - Grateful DeadShine On You Crazy Diamond - Pink FloydStash - PhishEyes of the World - Grateful DeadHolland 1945 - Neutral Milk HotelTweezer Reprise - Phish
Quote from: Jkendrick on November 05, 2014, 04:45:32 PMThanks for the reply, but that's just not really feasible for me. I have two year old twin boys and taking off to go see local bands trying to find people to play with is tough if not impossible. I'm older and looking for people at the same station in life so some sort of online thing seems like the best bet. Maybe Craigslist and BandMix are the best tools, I don't know. Just hoping I may have overlooked some other, similar tool.