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Discussion in 'Bands on the Run' started by Mansonienne, Aug 18, 2021.
will be happy to hear a clip of this!
That's what it's all about!
Good on you!
An opportunity to grow together.
It's true that Patti has no problem with her gray hair or her age.
We worked on Rock n Roll N***** as well last night and I took a stab at the poetry riff in the break. I did NOT do it justice.
I love me a lady bass player.....
need to do some talking heads stuff now....
we need pics now of the new line up.....
pics pics pics......
Our drummer's a woman, too.
Well done Andrea!
Just remember my motto....turn it up!!!!
Break a leg Andrea (and try not to break, strain or dislocate anything else)...
Love this story, thanks for sharing. Very impressive. Hope you cats gel.
Well done! Enjoy going to the shops whilst you still can, before the fame kicks in
You never know....
Fantastic! I know many of us would like to be in a project again.
Congrats! Sounds like fun
Parfait!! Ça marche!!
So, who's the replacement internet mod??
I like that. My main band right now has two wonderful ladies in it. One on keyboards, and one on bass. Both masterful musicians. Along with four other guys including myself, one is an incredible sax player.
We can pull off virtually anything. And I think having women in it makes it better, nothing regarding 'the look". I am talking about what and how they bring their gifts and ideas to the final product. It's different, and in a great way.
In fact it's my favorite "band" I've ever been in. We have great players at every position, but it's the incredible oneness and chemistry that makes it really special.
I don't care if someone takes this the wrong way, but in my experience having women and men contributing brings a great musical experience, one that can't be attained any other way.
Glad you're having fun, sounds like it could be a great thing!
We all knew that you only had to show up to get that gig..... I mean, c'mon -- you're a Strat-Talk moderate fer cryin' out loud!