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Most people are great, as I've said. You always get those few who have to spoil it for everyone. It boils down to basic consideration. We chose to be live performers. We never chose to be treated like crap. If you're going out for an evening with your friends then appreciate their company, the venue, the staff, and the musician that is working hard to make your night fun and memorable. Don't do anything on my list of live music faux-pas
Hello! I hope everyone is having a great, fun, and productive summer. I used to work for a booking agent that will remain nameless. This guy would show up at the venue, where he booked my buddy and I in as a duo to pay us $200.00CAD, in person. We found out from the bartender [...]
Heya there everybody. I want to suggest some songs to play that will get you noticed in all the right ways and that will give your set a bit more of that "classy" and fun edge. This is part of the answer to the age old question of "What should I play at my live shows?". [...]
I've been getting some great feedback on my "How to Find Paid Gigs" post. Thanks for reading it and for taking the time to comment. One suggestion I received via Facebook was to talk a bit about finding gigs other than bar/pub/restaurant gigs. There's many ways to "gig for a living" so I'd like to include [...]
Heya there! People are often surprised when they find out I perform gigs to make my living. For many musicians gigs are the main source of income as the pay can be pretty decent and it's fun. Generally speaking there's a lot of work available if you work hard to find gigs. Once you have the gig [...]
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