Yes but you have got your teacher whereas I don't even have one of those..................wanders off, sobbing hysterically and doing the Bluebottle "Toot, toot, toot".............................Nope. As I have no skills, I need no concerts or other places and I have nothing to show off.
Yes indeedy, how I know that feeling.I'm with Ian on this one, once in a blue moon is enough for me, I love playing with other people but hate feeling like the weak link! Plus the nerves beforehand make me wonder why I do it to myself. Great feeling after wards though
All the best,
HiLewis why don't you organise something with your fellow musicians, it could become a regular occurence.
And it works.Jadoube
I know the feeling well, but it is after all supposed to be a learning band
Wise words. Decades ago I 'enjoyed' throwing my body (hands, head) between a rugby ball and studded boots wielded by 16+ stones of gristle.You start each season wondering why the hell you put yourself through it, then realise why you do at the end, and can't wait to start again...
Whereabouts in Hertfordshire are you? I play in a woodwind ensemble in Hemel Hempstead; everything from Bach to Led Zeppelin! Always looking for new members.Hi,
Does everybody feel that there aren't enough concerts and places to play and show off your 'skills' anyone feel the same way?
In Leicester there are designated spots where you can busk and you have to go to the council and get your permit on the day. Provided there's still space, anyone can do it - although you'll be sent away with your tail between your legs if you go in for anything racist/sexist or anything elseist.Um, Don't you need a licence to busk?