I'm sorry to hear about your mom mikyok. I remember a story on Steve Gadd who was playing the day he lost his mom and it was said that he was playing incredible (imagine that) . just a story for inspiration to us mere mortals.Did my first gig since Jan 2020 on Saturday just gone. Easy wedding gig just knackered afterwards.
Really not a gig I wanted to do as I lost my mom on Tuesday but I'd already been paid for it so the show went on. Just hid away at the back and got on with it. The rest of the guys were cool. Drumming is unbelievably calming and therapeutic, just not the way I'd like to find out.
My tea and biscuit post gig ritual was ruined when I discovered the milk had gone off so I just went to bed for a 9 hour nap.
Oh no, I'm sorry. That's tough!!!
Thinking good thoughts for you.
I'm sorry for your loss, Mikyok.
I'm sorry for your loss, and good to soldier on and play, I have always felt that performing is therapeutic.
I'm sorry to hear about your mom mikyok. I remember a story on Steve Gadd who was playing the day he lost his mom and it was said that he was playing incredible (imagine that) . just a story for inspiration to us mere mortals.
That sounds amazing!!! Something I've never done, but would love to.The last band I was in was a corporate gig act. 8 piece horn band doing 3 90 minute shows. Stevie wonder..chicago..blood sweat and tears..average white band..you know the list.
I never "truly" left gigging. While 2020 did see some large gaps, I actually managed to perform here and there in areas that were less shut down, or a little more laxed with the rules. The longest break from the stage was about 5 months.