KEEP ON PRACTICING YOUR INSTRUMENT!
One of the curious developments of the late 70’s was the increase of garage bands,
punk rock bands, and do it yourself bands, who just picked up an instrument or started
to sing with some friends, and 6 months later recorded a record and began playing live gigs.
Some new great music and directions in music came out of that situation.
years down the line the novelty of making amateurish music has lost it shine.
The music that is the cornerstone of the music industry you will find is often played
by musician with a passion and respect for the old masters of Rhythm & Blues, Jazz,
Folk Legends, and Rock, along with the songwriters or whatever inspired these
musicians to take this path, you don’t need to just play or sing you need to have the
passion to always want to improve, you need to challenge yourself at all times to
become a better and greater musician, never give up learning, fine tune your skills and
then demand more from yourself.
Go to as many gigs as you can, listen with eyes open and see what other musician are doing and how they are doing it.
see if you can improve or create something new,
your music can become our music, and go out to a wider audience.
Think, can I do it better? Yes you can, but you must never give up learning more, take
lessons in your instrument or singing to improve your chances, no matter what your
development level you can still find your unique style, keep practicing to become
perfect, go beyond your limitations, who knows you may discover something new
In the business of music, if we hear something new, original and available to the public we can invest in you with more security
Thank you for joining us for another wonderful music hunger journey. We hope that we helped you find a way to learn music and that we were able to explain to you why this is important + giving you a way to do so!
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