Read this article for the “5 Ways You Can Start Being a Better Bandmate Right Now”

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“Every band has nightmare stories – guitar players who blew off gigs or practice, drummers who refused to promote shows or learn their parts, or keyboardists who were argumentative. When you mix a bunch of different people together, personality problems are bound to arise, whether it’s in a band or a board room. But it doesn’t have to be that way. No matter your role in your band, here are five ways to be a better bandmate.” Click For More!

 

Touring Tips: Click to read all the benefits of teaming up with another band on your tour!

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“Heading out on tour with your band has the potential to bring everyone in it closer together. Co-existing and constantly collaborating, playing together night after night—becoming a tight-knit troupe in the process is almost inevitable. But why not double the bonds you could solidify by bringing another group into the picture? Organizing a joint tour means you’ll connect with even more fellow musicians—and that’s not the only benefit, either.

The notion that there’s strength in numbers is inarguably true for independent and DIY bands. Touring is one of the toughest parts of the gig; in that effort especially, you’ll accomplish more working together.” 

Click Here For The Full Article

Read this article for the “5 Ways You Can Start Being a Better Bandmate Right Now”

Screen Shot 2017-05-23 at 2.23.58 PM.png

Every band has nightmare stories – guitar players who blew off gigs or practice, drummers who refused to promote shows or learn their parts, or keyboardists who were argumentative. When you mix a bunch of different people together, personality problems are bound to arise, whether it’s in a band or a board room. But it doesn’t have to be that way. No matter your role in your band, here are five ways to be a better bandmate.” Click For More!

 

Touring Tips: Click to read all the benefits of teaming up with another band on your tour!

te.jpg

“Heading out on tour with your band has the potential to bring everyone in it closer together. Co-existing and constantly collaborating, playing together night after night—becoming a tight-knit troupe in the process is almost inevitable. But why not double the bonds you could solidify by bringing another group into the picture? Organizing a joint tour means you’ll connect with even more fellow musicians—and that’s not the only benefit, either.

The notion that there’s strength in numbers is inarguably true for independent and DIY bands. Touring is one of the toughest parts of the gig; in that effort especially, you’ll accomplish more working together.” 

Click Here For The Full Article

Check out the last 2 concerts at Saturday In The Park McLaren!

Don’t forget folks! Two more shows left with tribute to Pete Seeger on October 4th and Wake The Dead on October 11th at Saturday In The Park McLaren. Please feel free to share this with everyone and anyone! Free, All Ages out in the sunshine at McLaren Park Live Music at 1pm!

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