I was excited to read this article, and then like a new U2 song, was even more let down than if I had not wanted it! This article is silly and mundane, and I would really love to see one that actually has something to offer.
This is a terrible article. I am a mother of four, singer and my husband is my bass player. Doing the dishes is the least of my problems. Perhaps you could ask your members to contribute to these kinds of articles? I would happily write for you.
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I'm getting married next year and intend to start a family soon. I've been a professional musician for 14 years. I was excited to read this article in light of those things. However, this article has nothing to do with being a professional musician. What musician has a boss who needs a report filed by a deadline? Silly. We book gigs, tour, drive a lot, drink too much, pay mangers and booking agents, promote shows, spend hours on the phone and writing emails, practice, deal with band dynamics. None if these things were even slightly addressed. Do some research before claiming to offer advice to someone who is living it.
Thanks for the invaluable information. It comes in very handy. Just double check your article for spelling before publication. Great job anyway.
This is fantastic advice for an aging musician. I've learned so much from reading the articles on this website, but you *must* get someone to proof read them. The frequent spelling errors and errors in grammar take away credibility from what I consider to be a credible and valuable resource.