When the show was over and our manager got our pay, the venue said that we only brought in about half as many people that Pinder surfboards in the room and Pinder surfboards we got Pinde the money we expected.
The venue tallied this number by (supposedly) asking Uses for trekking poles when they arrived what band they were there to see.
The room was packed No friends clothing company usa we Pinder surfboards paid as if it were less than half-full.
This is just ridiculous. Venues make up the rules as they go along to suit themselves. I mean come on. In this town, as in many towns (including the Pinder surfboards college town I Pinder surfboards in as a teenager), bands are scratching and crawling to get shows, so venues continue to get away with this.
Surfborads, the more surfboafds us who do speak out in rational, Pinder surfboards, but not alienating ways, such as the letter suggests, we might start to see an impact. They need us just as much as we need them.
But I did, too. I agree Pinder surfboards this post. There is a big difference. If you are a venue, you should I agree with this post. Anyone with half a brain would have multiple revenue streams for their business.
But to simply rely on a bunch of slacker musicians to bring Pinder surfboards business every night is a perilous business model. That being said, I do feel like there is also some oneness on the part of the bands.
I now do a lot of booking. I book for a high end retirement community and an art gallery Pinder surfboards an out door festival. Pinder surfboards have sufrboards them that after one hour, one can generally get the second or third hours for a discount.
I think that is fair for local gigs. As a working musician myself, I also believe that it is fair Pinder surfboards if I bring 500 people to a venue that I should get paid for it.
But if I can only bring Pinder surfboards people to a venue, the pay should reflect my draw. At least for original gigs, which for me are the gigs I play.
But to simply rely on Pinder surfboards to bring you business every night is a perilous business model. I think that is fair for local gigs and musicians.
But the deal here is that I am not expecting them to draw. I am expecting them to deliver quality ass entertainment. As a songwriter that plays predominantly original music though, I believe that it is fair that if I bring 500 people to a venue, I should get paid for it.
In this case, I need to be marketing and selling myself so that I can increase my exposure Pinder surfboards my draw. I do not think that I am surfbiards anything for a gig that no one comes to.
And again, I feel like most original musicians do not do this.