Originally Posted by aydee
I agree. A lot of my musician friends are music producers who have stopped playing live. Good guitar players, keyboard players, drummers who spend their whole lives in studios, editing sequencing music. I always lament to them, " man, go out there and play in front of people, thats what you've been put on this earth for".
The joy of playing music for me is to connect with other musicans to make magic together and share that with an audience. No greater joy than to be a part of creating that magic.
Like all good things in life, music is more meaningful if it is shared by others.
To see its effect on a listener or a fellow musician is the ultimate high
Thank you, that was much better than how I said it. I'm not much on writing, and I don't always find the right words, I would rather play than talk.