I've been to local speciality drum shops and they've been awesome. However , I feel like local mom and pop music stores focus more on guitars and pianos and our instrument gets a lot less love. I try my best to support if i can though
I took a history of rock and roll class back in college and my professor, who was a part of the Disco band Chic at one point, brought Peter Frampton as a special guest. He was awesome and a super nice guy.
Glad you enjoyed his show!
CL is definitely a hit or miss. I always try to make it as convenient as possible for me to make a sale. I now never drive more than 3-5 minutes for a transaction when im the seller. I've had too many horror stories where the buyer flaked and i drove 20-30 minutes.
I figure that everyone here is an avid music lover like myself, so im curious to see which concerts everyone has lined up this year.
As for myself, I am going to see Massive Attack at the Palladium and potentially Camp Flog Gnow and The National/Alvvays with the wife. I'm based in LA
Yeah for sure, I think it would be good to discuss during practice. Like, aksing if you can work on certain cues, whether its a head nod or whatever, during certain transitions. Eventually, chemistry will be formed if you play with the same people
Yeah, we've all been there. If it happens, body language is key obviously. If you don't act like you messed up badly, noone else really will.
But the obvious answer is practice. Practice so much that the live performance feels like a practice routine since you are so used to it. I also always...