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Double Bassist wanted for postmodern jukebox style jazz band

 
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2018 12:20 pm    Post subject: Double Bassist wanted for postmodern jukebox style jazz band Reply with quote

Hi There,
I'm seeking a double bassist who has their own double bass who is looking to have some fun with the post modern jukebox style band.
This would be for a themed 1930's event in March 2019 so no long term commitment required after this time.

I'm located in the south eastern suburbs but no issue with area if you're able to practice from home and can travel to meet once a month with the rest of the band and then closer to the event in March 2019 can meet up a bit more often then that would be great but will work around everyones schedule as much as possible.

Here are some links below of the style i'm looking to replicate for the evening:

https://youtu.be/aLnZ1NQm2uk

https://youtu.be/sB6HY8r983c

https://youtu.be/DE_3YU-1QCk


Please PM me or email me on marinaysantos@gmail.com if you're interested Smile
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