Joshua Haunted


Band to Join, Harmonica, Flute, Fiddle, Drums, Dobro, Cello, Bass Guitar, Banjo, Bagpipes, Background Singer, Acoustic Guitar, Accordion, Upright bass, Steel guitar, Trombone, Vocalist - Alto, Mandolin, Other, Piano, Keyboard, Saxophone, Trumpet, Violin, Other Percussion, Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Vocalist - Soprano, Vocalist - Tenor, Vocalist - Baritone, Vocalist - Bass, Vocalist - General.


I moved to Ireland from America in November of 2013 and I am now here permanently. I've been in several bands in the States, and would love to be back in one. I write original music as well as play covers, and wouldn't be opposed to either. I am also a graphic artist and I dabble in audio and video editing. The music in my player is all original, and recorded/programmed by me. I'm not too well learned on mixing and EQ yet, but at least these tracks will give you an idea of my playing.
As a bit of fair warning, I have Degenerative disc disease and this limits me to some extent physically. But this has never stopped me from playing shows. The ways that this would affect my role in a band is that I may need help carrying heavy things, and I don't jump around on stage a lot. I've been on hiatus for a while because I have a 1 year old daughter and needed to be around for her, so I took a break from live music for a bit, but I'm at a point that I'm ready to start back into it.

Screen name:
Joshua Haunted
Member since:
Apr 05 2015
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
Gigs played:
10 to 50
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week


I try to let myself be influenced by anything, but the music I listen to the most would be:
A Perfect Circle
Five Finger Death Punch
The Pretty Reckless
Marilyn Manson
Killswitch Engage
Alice in Chains
In This Moment
Butcher Babies
Machine Head
...and so on and so forth

Instrument experience:

Acoustic Guitar:
Lead Guitar:
Rhythm Guitar:


I play an 8 string Ibanez Prestige through a Vox ToneLab SE. I currently do not have an amp, but I am working on getting one within a month or so. But in the meantime the ToneLab pedal is designed to be ran directly through a PA.