The biggest problem I see with the way most people book - they treat it the same way the Stones tried to book places when they were starting out. It's not the 1960's anymore
Now for your viewing pleasure, the music video for colorblind!
Here's the thing, I have way too much going on to sit a practice all day. I know, that's lame. I wish it was not that way. But I have a severe case of ADHD that has never been diagnosed and enough ambition to make ole Teddy Rosevelt say, "Maybe slow down a little, bud."
I'm in the middle of three different projects I want to do right now, and I feel overwhelmed and maybe a little sick to my stomach. I have so much drive I could make it from coast to coast and push the gas tank one more time. But now I feel weighed down, and it …
Find someone who will help guide you to where you want to go, find someone who believes in you and will help you move past your faults. Find someone who will help you not waste your time, someone who will help you become who you're meant to be.
Everyone needs a break from time to time. The mentality "always on" sounds cinematic, but it's dangerous!
I like the idea of giving yourself a phrase to help keep you on the right path with all things "you" - An easy example is Rustic Chic. When I say that, suspenders and sundresses and twain should pop into your mind. I'm not saying follow your phrase religiously, or even that you should tell any of your fans this phrase. I'm just saying give yourself a heading and something to refer to when you make decisions.
You still have time. You’re not too old, you haven’t spent your final chance. I personally don't think you have to be sad to write a sad song though. It is true that in the hardest times of our lives we come up with some of the best stuff to write.
I've seen a lot of local acts come through recently and almost all of them make this HUGE mistake! Let's break it down and find out what's wrong with your merch table.