It's time to extend that olive branch with the most essential member of your band - The sound guy.
Going the distance involves that movie training montage - unfortunately the real deal is really boring
I will admit I'm guilty of this too, I get super self-conscious, I look down at the ground...
With the coming new year, it's time to have your EPK ready to fight for you!
These battles are won and lost on a tiny piece of paper.
Do you know how many people are named Emma? A lot... A lot. Still, they're all special (well, I assume there are some out there that probably suck.) Picking a good name for your group is important. But it is more important to choose a name you love and to move on to more important things... like writing and performing. I have here a quick little philosophy lesson on why you're having a hard time locking down that name. It's a journey, and it's about to get real.
This is some of the best advice I've ever had. It is now yours for the small fee of a couple minutes of your time!
The first night of practice/trying is usually a major let down. It doesn't have to leave you wanting though! Read this for a few quick tips on getting the most out of a first practice/try out.
John Lennon was a dreamer, but he wasn't the only one. Playing with others is always more fun than playing alone. It can be intimidating to ask others to come play in your group. I have a few ideas to get you started!