Funk/R&B/Jazz/Soul/Motown/Pop from Victoria BC
Instruments: Bass, Vocals, Piano/Keyboards, Flute details
Contact DetailsKaitie Sly
Owner of Steel Vibrations Inc. (www.steelvibrations.net) have been honing my musical talents since the age of eight.have the training required to play many musical genres. Have performed on the educational film: Kids Talk Diabetes with Scottish Fish which won the 2001 Freddy Award in New York City.
Was the bass anchor position in the Vic High R&B Band, one of Victoria's higly acclaimed success stories. Also sat in with the 12 piece show band, The Midnights. Upon graduation from Vic High, was awarded for Outstanding Music Achievement.
Together with Aidan Knight, helped formed the rock-pop band, Black Tie Social in 2003, where I played bass and sang back-up vocals. In 2005, Black Tie recorded an EP at Infinity Studios, run by Adam Sutherland. Played “Much Does Victoria” gig in August, 2005, along-side bands like Kincaide, Kuba, Moka Only, and Current Swell.
Have had the privilege of sharing the stage with many great musical mentors namely Robbie King, April Gisleson, Gene Hardy, Louise Rose, Anita Bonkowski, Connie Lebeau, Neils Petersen, Martha Reeves, John Gogo, The Swollen Members, Bill Johnson, Nick Blaskow, DB Clifford, Rick May, Justin Hewitt, Paul Wainright, Ted Gowan, Al Hannigan, members of Jacksoul, KC Porter, and many more.
Taught bass guitar for the Lebeau-Petersen Music Academy for two years before opening up my own school in 2007: Steel Vibrations Inc. in Oak Bay, Victoria, BC.
Along with the pursuit of music, I have been developing my modeling portfolio and have recently been signed with an agency in Vancouver, BC, as an international model. I am hoping to dedicate myself to music and modeling over the years to come.
Looking for a project with well experienced musicians only. Thanks!!
|Mathew Christopher Davidson||Bass / Vox||2007-present|