Discussion in 'The Pub' started by TeleBlack, Mar 9, 2015.
Also known as the moment of false hope.....
Really? Everyone knows that good bands never practice... <g>
Of course, once we're good we won't need to rehearse. Extensive soundchecks before large headlining gigs is all we'll need then.
You should consider seeing an orthodontist.
Many of the greats have a touch of the ugly.
It feels alright, huh!
Exactly haha. To me, all that means is the next gig is probably going to be crap.
they are too busy gigging.
Tomorrow is the audition/first rehearsal for bass and guitar. I'm crossing my fingers for some of this feeling.
How is that horse talking?
Your next rehearsal:
Search for the guilty
Punishment of the innocent
Praise and honours for the non-participants
This is usually the gig that follows a great rehearsal......
Yes, these guys are my friends and will never screw me over.