Introducing Tim Lowe.


Introducing Tim Lowe.

Post by Timrlowe » Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:02 am

Hello from the small southern city of Acworth,GA. I have played 🎸,🎤🎵 🎶🔜 to be approximately 37 years!😀😀. I just recently got infected with the Drums and bought a small electric drum set. I have been working in the healthcare field of Pediatrics and Neonatal intensive care team! I have always played and loved classical music for guitar. I have searched around this site and and many more classical sites and delcamp is the Best. I hope to be a productive and hopefully a resourceful citizen to anyone that wants to work together. Please feel free to engage!!!!! :casque: :merci: :merci: :mrgreen: :bye:
Tim Lowe CIS,RRT :merci: :merci:

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James Lister
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Re: Introducing Tim Lowe.

Post by James Lister » Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:03 am

Hi Tim,

Welcome to Delcamp!

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