Re: Tactful corrections of band members
When subtle hints don't cut it, it's time to be blunt.......blunt doesn't have to be rude either. Just be direct and to the point. It can still be done with a smile and a laugh over a pint.......especially when you're dealing with mates. State your case directly, so that there's no missing your point and hopefully he'll get the message.
Personally, I'd do it this without the hordes though. Maybe myself and one other......no need to have him feeling the whole band is against him (they're obviously not, but it can feel that way if you're on the receiving end). You want him to be receptive, not on the defensive.
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