Lonnie G

Lonnie G

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Folk - Americana | Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 72   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: SRV

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I have been a touring musician since 1967 playing across Canada, Eastern Canada(50 tours) throughout the USA(5 solid years) & Scandinavia. My 1st CD was in 1989 Distributed by MCA Records. I have collaborated with a Leesburg, Va poet, Norman Ball(70 tunes together)..I have been a bass player since the 60's and a songwriter since the early 1980's. I have also been an R&B frontman in the mid 1960's singing Motown & Soul. I appreciate ALL genres of music. Although my main instrument is bass guitar I also play Acoustic(since 1980) and a bit of cello & keys..I wrote an American Civl War/Slavery CD in 2010 which i toured throughout the Deep South in that summer..I still play on Vancouver Island, where I reside.


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Signal 30 posted over 30 days ago to Lonnie G


We just got done listening to your songs Porch Swing and Asteroids and Idiots. Great stuff!!! Rusty and Spark (Signal 30)

   
 
Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago


Dear Lonnie, I just reviewed one of your tunes, "If I Had My Way", I have heard your voice before and kind of guessed this was you, recognized your vocals. Gave your song 5 Stars & Likes, very cool tune Sir!!! Would love to have you hear some of our compositions and get your feed-back, also would love to connect with you, you are a terrific songwriter!
Happy Trails....
Margie & Art Corey/BMI Songwriters


Delta Burnett Reed posted over 30 days ago


Lonnie I see you got 3 of my songs for review, sorry it has taken me so long to bet back to you. 1st welcome to the BJ family I have been here a number of years and it is a great community.The songs you revised were "All I Have to do is Dream" and all time favorite from my teen years...Now the Day is Over"is a sailors hymn first sang in church...so the 8 bells..Will check on "Ghost Riders" not totally mastered yet...will be before placed on a cd...thanks for the advice...Good luck with your music on BJ...a friend in music.


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