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Gender : Male

Birthday : September 21, 1958

Occupation : retired

Location : NWA, Arkansas, United States


School : Oklahoma State University (Okmulgee, Oklahoma, United States)

Education : Some college

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Favorite bands :
The Doobie Brothers, Loggins and Messina, Poco, The Outlaws, The Allman Brothers, James Taylor, Ricky Skaggs, Tony Rice and Tommy Emmanuel.
Favorite guitarists :
Pat Simmons(The Doobie Bros.), Tommy Emmanuel, James Taylor, and Tony Rice, Dan Crary, Preston Reed, Andrew Winton, Kelly Joe Phelps, Buddy Bailey, J.R. Cobb, Steve Gaines, Duane Allman, and more to be added later.
Favorite bassists :
Jaco Pastorius, Victor Wooten, Paul Goddard.
Favorite books :
The Bible, The Handbook of Biblical Evidences, The Pursuit of God-A.W. Tozer(A must read for every Bible-believer.)
Favorite tv :
Person of Interest and The Mentalist
Favorite movies :
Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Chronicles of Narnia, Indiana Jones(all except the last one)
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mymartind35 has posted 3 blogs total :
Acoustic Solo gigs with 3 guitars. 10:09pm : Aug 30th, 2012
The Audience 10:09pm : Aug 30th, 2012
Going solo 9:42pm : Aug 30th, 2012
About mymartind35
I have played music since 1968. I started in band, playing woodwinds, which led to playing sax. While I was in college, I came out of the dorm one night and heard a friend of mine playing "Blackbird" by the Beatles on a Yamaha classical. I thought that was the coolest thing I had ever seen. I played a little the next 2 years and in 1980, I quit college to pursue a career in music. I took jobs where I could play guitar at work for the next 14 years. In 1994 I got a job in a "road band" out of Nashville called Heartland. I came home in 1996 with a bruised ego, but I kept playing. 16 years later I am happy again and playing in a band, a duo, and I also do a solo gig. I am back to making music I like, not what someone else wants to play.
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