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A progressive, instrumental, acoustic guitar group with varied, tightly interlocking parts.
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We are an instrumental acoustic guitar group. We like to play complicated songs with cool, interlocking parts. Once in a while, you'll get a solo, but that's not the main thing that drives our group. Some of our songs rock, but we're not a rock band. Others are jazzy, but we're not a jazz band. Anyone who likes guitar music should get into our stuff.
Band/artist history
Andy Tillotson wrote songs with a friend of his named Scott Phillips in South Carolina one winter break. He went back to Maryland, and formed Might Could with Tim McCaskey three years ago. A year later, Aaron Geller joined the gang. We started with three-person video game cover songs, and then wrote new material. Luis Nasser joined us later on bass. Our first "real" album, , was completed in August of 2005.
Have you performed in front of an audience?
Whenever possible. Our home base is College Perk in College Park, MD, but we're trying to play out in a wider variety of places.
Your musical influences
We like guitar stuff. We're all into metal, prog rock, and other goodness. Example things we like: Dream Theater, Tool, (old) Metallica, Opeth, King Crimson, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, Symphony X, G'n'f'n'R...
What equipment do you use?
Three acoustic guitars (Taylor, Guild, Ovation), and a bass. Right now, we just plug in and go.
Anything else?
For more info, contact us at mightcould@gmail.com or visit our band site at www.mightcould.net
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