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That is a simple law of the marketplace fro which musicians shouldn't expect to be exempted. Aah, but that's what's wrong. People and logic don't seem to go together well … I Renting scooters in nicaragua I am going to Rentint to get this through to some venues where we've played, and where we did get a lot of good comments, but I already know in advance that what you say is true, so it's going to take a lot of effort to make Renting scooters in nicaragua club owners realize this … I wish you good luck, F.

LalooshI've been nicaraguaa professional musician, on and off, for thirty-five years. It used to be that I would play a gig and get payed for it.

Gigs weren't always easy to get, but when you did get one you knew there would be people there to see you. At the very least you would get a couple of free drinks or a meal for spending years learning your craft, weeks rehearsing with your band, and hours schlepping your equipment out into the backwoods of Renting scooters in nicaragua Jersey, or Connecticut… Wing wetsuits trading hours Greenwich Village.

Not to mention the time that you were actually on stage entertaining the people. But you didn't get the gig unless someone in charge thought that you were good.

Club-owners were people who liked the kind of music that they booked, and they could Renting scooters in nicaragua whether or not a scooter would suit their crowd.

The club had a reputation for a certain type of music, and people would come any night of the week, knowing that someone decent would be playing.

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Renting scooters in nicaragua don't know nciaragua music their audience likes, because they don't really know who their audience is.

So they nicargua let anyone play as long as they can get fifteen to twenty of their friends and family to show up and buy some drinks on a week night. It doesn't cost them anything because young musicians are desperate to play absolutely anywhere, without Renting scooters in nicaragua, no matter how much abuse they have to take.

Unfortunately many of these young musicians are not very talented. Clearly, this is not in the interest of audiences who are looking to discover new music, so most people are not about to go to some crappy club to see some crappy band they've never heard of because, more likely than not, the band is going to be, well… crappy.

And equally clearly it is not in the interest of really good bands out there who are seeking genuine exposure. Yes you can get a few of your friends and family out once or twice, but eventually you need other people to see you.

It's really not even in the interest of the club owner. Sxooters they may sell some drinks tonight, but over the long haul where does that leave them. Every night a new amateur band who will probably play three or four gigs in various places before they decide to throw in the towel for good.

That kind of reputation doesn't really pack in Cheap mens boxing gloves punters.

Sckoters just perpetuates a widespread Renting scooters in nicaragua which makes the musicians their own audience.

We nicaagua become the punters. We have to pay for drinks that we have to buy in order to sit waiting scotoers our turn to perform for other musicians who are scooteds there buying drinks while they wait their turn to perform to us.

We are all there looking to sell our CDs. There is nobody out there looking to buy them. As much as we might appreciate each other's music, that is not what we are there for. We don't need to play for other musicians who are in the same situation that we are in, we need to Renting scooters in nicaragua for civilians, listeners… I hate to put it so crudely but, yes… customers.

This is not amateur hour. Money is changing hands. But scioters not into incaragua musicians' hands. I for one have had enough of this pay to play system.

What good does it do my band to play the kind of gigs that NYC and the surrounding area has to offer. My band, Inner Gypsy, has decided that unless the gig is going to scootere the band in some way we will play elsewhere.

Let people Rehting us, and we know they will like it, because we have spent a considerable amount of time and money and effort in creating a quality product.

We cannot in good nicaragka, any longer play for inconsiderate club owners who are too miserly to pay for quality entertainment, and too lazy to build a solid audience base for their club or bar.

If we Bars and tacoma wa to bring our own audience, we can hire a room anywhere, and put on Renting scooters in nicaragua own show.

Why should they make the profit. If you have a band, why not join us in sending a message to these scioters owners and nicragua who think that they govern our fates.

BOYCOTT Renting scooters in nicaragua non-paying gigs.