Auditioning new members is a task you must take seriously. If you want to find serious musicians you have to be prepared. Here are some great tips on how to go about finding new band members.
Lesa Taylor McCabe
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Last week, a lady caught on fire at a club. She leaned over the TABLE candle so her hubby could light her cig, and her long hairsprayed hair went WHOOSH! She was on fire. She wasn’t hurt, thank goodness.
A contract is necessary for the protection of you and the club that’s decided to book you. It’s important that once dates are settled and price has been negotiated, that you put everything down in writing.
The life blood of any band is advertising. The old saying is true: “any press is good press.” For your band to get gigs, you need people to hear about you, say your name, and talk about you.
First impressions always count for a lot. A band’s promo package is what sells them to a club. Most club managers are busy and will only spend a few minutes looking at your promo. Here are some valuable tips that will help you get the gig by making a lasting first impression.
Musicians can get a bad reputation if they don’t act like professionals. This article lists some of the things you can do to give a favorable impression when gigging, and ultimately, get you more work.