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7-piece bands seeks another lead instrument (guitar? violin?) (Madison)

We have a core band of veteran players with a new-as-of-last-fall project playing folky rock. Our demo (https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fo/22l2peiy16ng32fqrf155/h?rlkey=6ysz4rbb61133quvk1y4x1wzk&dl=0) features a lead guitarist who's dropped out from tinnitus issues, so we'd like someone to fill that space, whether this be another guitarist, violin, cello, mandolin, steel, etc., or some combination of these. More vocal harmonies would also be welcome. We don't really need another songwriter per se, but collaborators are also welcome, and if you'd be satisfied with only occasionally singing lead, we can likely accommodate you so long as the styles are compatible. If this is your first time trying to play as a lead instrument in a band, this is likely not the project for you. We'd want you to learn a good number of songs (originals and covers) quickly and without a lot of effort.

Here are more tunes from past projects (to show that we've worked with a violinist before and have plenty of songs to draw from): https://marklint.bandcamp.com/. As far as covers go, we're pretty eclectic: 80s, classic rock, Radiohead... anything that will have an immediate audience impact so that they'll be ready to hear more originals.

If you like the tunes, please send me some samples of your playing and/or influences/goals.

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