Re: What sort of person are you on stage?
- From: SotR <suitebarbershopquartet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2011 18:14:05 -0700 (PDT)
On Jul 29, 6:08 am, Pt <pea...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jul 28, 9:35 pm, bassman2 <vince_angelon...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I'm of the "where ever the mood takes me" sort. Sometimes I stand
Reserved, let the bass do the talking? Jump around, sway, wherever the
music takes me? Always on the lookout for chicks/blokes? Trying to
hide the guitarist from view? Head banger? Mostly asleep? :-)))
Back in the 60's people didn't move much on stage and they never
These days it seems that to put on a good show you need to make
When you see a chick looking at you throw her a smile.
If you jump around like a goof you look like a goof jumping around.
still and just groove, other times I'm DLR on the bass. Though I am
the later most of the time, age has altered my antics somewhat, the
ground is farther away than it used to be LOL. I used to be a nut
case, playing bass with my teeth, behind my neck and back, jumping
into the crowd, jumping off speakers etc etc. But I'm over 50 now with
back problems and that sort of thing so I am more mindfull of how far
I take it. Plus I am just getting back into rock band playing after a
long layoff so am still getting back into the swing anyway. The rest
of the band is pretty wooden in as much as stage antics but that won't