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Remyd
Last Activity:
Nov 20, 2017 at 6:29 PM
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Gender:
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Birthday:
Dec 31, 1978 (Age: 38)
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Location:
St. Louis, MO
Occupation:
Warehouse Manager

Remyd

Male, 38, from St. Louis, MO

It's good to be able to practice. Injuries are for the birds. Apr 13, 2017

Remyd was last seen:
Nov 20, 2017 at 6:29 PM
    1. Remyd
      Remyd
      It's good to be able to practice. Injuries are for the birds.
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    2. Remyd
      Remyd
      When do you get to call yourself a proper sideman? 'cause this is getting to be a lot of call bands...
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    3. Remyd
      Remyd
      ... and the fiddler left the band. Because why not. #bandspissmeoff
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    4. Remyd
      Remyd
      Whelp, a teeny bluegrass night in the 'burbs isn't the place to meet rockstar agents after all. I'm surprised. Really.
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    5. Remyd
      Remyd
      It's hard to get out and about if you're worried about a 71 degree temperature shift cracking your top.
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    6. Remyd
      Remyd
      You know what? Back to the drawing board for me!
    7. Remyd
      Remyd
      The problem with bands is that you have all those "musicians" around all the time.
    8. Remyd
      Remyd
      Need burbon please advise.
    9. Remyd
      Remyd
      New name for GMM in development - suggestions welcome
    10. Remyd
      Remyd
      Why does recording take 3 times as long in post as it does in the booth?
    11. Remyd
      Remyd
      When you're lined up to play an open mic of originals with a drifter, it's a good day.
    12. Remyd
      Remyd
      So, what happens when you develop a hatred of jumbo frets?
    13. Remyd
      Remyd
      Ah yes, the joys of the low-end
    14. Remyd
      Remyd
      New country band coming soon!
    15. Remyd
      Remyd
      OMG! I get to be a for-real musician for a fuggin JOB!
    16. Remyd
      Remyd
      My grapes aren't sour at all.
    17. Remyd
      Remyd
      Putting a band together is like putting Humpty Dumpty together sometimes.
    18. Remyd
      Remyd
      Don't you hate getting interrupted? I wish I could put an 810 at the day job so I could bass those morons into next week
    19. Remyd
      Remyd
      PSA: All About That Bass gets harder to play after 8 beers.
    20. Remyd
      Remyd
      Mustang Sally is probably about girls. At least, I hope.
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Dec 31, 1978 (Age: 38)
    Home Page:
    https://twitter.com/remydaad
    Location:
    St. Louis, MO
    Occupation:
    Warehouse Manager
    Current Setup:
    Engelhardt C1, Zoom B1on, TCE BG250-112, Cheap Red Ibby, FrankenSquier, Kustom PA50 for low-volume medium-goodness, numerous ukes. Anyone that doesn't like it is welcome to donate a Rickenbacker to the cause.
    Favorite Genres:
    Americana, Blues, Jazz, Traditional, Folk, Country
    Gigs and Ensembles:
    Tallis Only Trio - Adult Contemporary., Train Track Troubadours - Folk/Bluegrass, and looking for project du passione
    Previously Owned Gear:
    Variety of double basses, Peavey T-40, Fender ABG, Fender MIM Jazz in the 90's, about a dozen combos that never quite worked correctly
    G.A.S. List:
    A fretless or maybe a honest-to-god Fender P
    Influences and Teachers:
    Paul Chambers, Charlie Mingus, James Jamerson, Ron Carter, Michael Rhodes, and Charlie Hayden
    Hobbies and Interests:
    Uke 'till you puke. Drink till you puke. Dad jokes until your kids puke.
    Available for Instruction?:
    • Double Bass Instruction
    Teaching Credentials:
    28 years experience, certified trainer, badass dad
    Hi Everybody,

    I'm Jeremy and I play Americana, Blues, Jazz, Folk, and Country DB (and BG too). Influences are the likes of Paul Chambers, Carol Kaye, James Jamerson, Ron Carter, Michael Rhodes, and Charlie Hayden.

    I've got a couple of call bands, but still looking for a new main project - if you hear of something in the STL, let me know!

    Signature

    @remydaad - twitter of ongoing bassistish chagrin
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