Drummer needed

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Drummer needed

Postby nemotode » 07 Jun 2012, 01:48

Drummer needed immediately. Rock and roll.Practice thurs night 8-10. Live jam Friday night. Call: 0931031932. Also a needed for a jam Friday noon.
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Re: Drummer needed

Postby tommy525 » 07 Jun 2012, 04:43

why dont you hook up with that cute little girl drummer Vela Blue ? Shes always drumming in Ximending right off the MRT stop.

Check her out on youtube. Maybe she will drum for you guys? Course shes doing alright being a street performer it seems.


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