No not a Student (I try to keep away from them thanks )Blimey! You can't be a student, too early. Sorry forgetting my manners.
Welcome to the Breakfast Room.
Even accountants welcome here. Does your interest in dog agility include partner training?;}
Guide for first posts:
2. How long playing/interested in playing sax.
3. Which type(s) of sax.
4. Aims and Objectives in learning/playing sax.
5. Types of music you like/want to find out more about.
6. Favourite bands/players/musicians.
7. What you do when not playing sax.
8. Any other information that you think we might like to know about you in order to get a picture of who you are.
Follow/Ignore any or all of the above. We appreciate that you have expressed an interest in the sax and in joining the forum. So a very warm welcome.
Hi Aly, as you can see some of actually work for a living and cannot always access the forum. Anyway warm warm welcome form chilly Essex, well i'm actually in London now working. I'm sure you'll enjoy the forum some really nice people on it even if we don't all know each other face to face. Maybe you can give some tips abouts dog training, i have two Shih Tzus puppies 7 months now, one of them is quite stubborn, what do we do?
Sorry forgot this is a sax forum, i did my first solo in public last Saturday night in front of over 200 people, just do it, yes i was c****ing myself ( we are not allowed to use bad words ) but it was so good i am really fired up now. By the way i don't usually waffle this much. Enjoy Phil
Daventry is clearly where it all happens!Hello from Daventry also, blimey it almost makes the place sound interesting.
Welcome to the BR, maybe we'll see you out and about giggin some time?
Take no notice what Monty Python said about accountants, its not true.
Daventry is clearly where it all happens!
er, no. If anything ever happened in Daventry, pjonah and I would not have go to Oxford, Bicester, Didcot or Abingdon to play our saxes!
You can get through a lot of cover numbers that don't originally feature sax by playing the backing vocal part. Proud Mary is a good example. Apologies if I'm giving advice to someone who has already twigged this!