I started my first band in 2014. We were together for four years under different names and with different guitarists, but in 2018 we split up. Since then I've been trying to put another band together to no avail. Now I've deiced to try going out on my own solo career.
Music is an outlet hat gives me total control. Like when a writer sits down in front of their blank page the empty track allows me total control over everything happening.
I want to write original music that people enjoy.
I would try to help people understand each other. Know your neighbors problem and try to help but don’t neglect your own.
Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas
Owl City, Led Zepplin, Robert Johnson, Sublime, Imagine Dragons
I come from a family of musicians so it was something I was raised into.
My music is something to listen to when you need to relax, it's not too fast but not too somber.
I feel excited and a little nervous. I've always gigged as a drummer so sitting in back if you screw up at least most people won't notice.
The musicians' reality is nothing like in previous years. Anyone anywhere can start making music as long as they have a computer. Becoming a musician is something more and more people can do nowadays and I wouldn't change anything about that.
Drooble is a great place for musicians to meet and network.
What frustrates me most is meeting another musician who thinks he's all that and acts cocky and arrogant, then gets on stage and sounds like a dying cat.
I occasionally go to open mics, I see local bands play, and I try to attend any live performance downtown I can.
Patience and work ethic. You need patience because it will take a long time and you need work ethic because it's not going to be easy and you're going to have to spread your music everywhere you can.
iamsleepless, Tyler Bryant and The Shakedown