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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by s5tuart, Sep 27, 2017.
Excellent! Ha ha ha ha ha!
I dont know how you guys learn so many songs!! Im down to mimimal parts on 4 and my tiny brain is scrambled!!
Let alone changing instruments!!
cheat sheets are allowed
off to woodshed....
Like Andrea suggests, jot prompts for each song down on an A4 sheet to refer to if you need to.
Lyrics and chord progression s taped to the back of the guitar.
I'm afraid I've never been in a covers band, so I tend to "paraphrase" (others might say "play it wrong").
If I do manage to get there, I'll just try not to screw other people up too much!
There is no ‘wrong’ at Euroguestock.
Really hope you can make it. Play whatever you like...no one will care or judge!
I certainly.dont play any song the way it "should" be played.
I've done hardly any practice, but the cramming starts now. I've played actual gigs on the basis of one rehearsal and a couple of days with a cassette tape, but that was a long time ago! Time for some heads down, no nonsense boogie.
We have faith Simon!
Is there a 'way' it should be played!?!?
Joyce got really annoyed at me for consistently singing the backing vocals to the Demi Lavato version of ‘Let it go’, though...
EDIT: LOVATO, not Lavato... ...Sorry Demi.
True artistry is seldom appreciate d
Come to think of it, that would probably be quite a good practical joke...
I used to work with a black guy who would sing the line "Like a bridge over troubled wartah" over and over in a spoof Jamaican accent (his family was actually from Barbados) because he knew I didn't care for the song.
Now that's funny.
Not after an hour it isn't.
I promise I won't sing it.