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BUILDING A BAND WORK ETHIC

February 4, 2016

If you are anything like most successful musicians I know, practice has become just a daily part of our lives.  While that correlates to better personal musicianship, strength is in numbers...my friends.  Few of us will argue that there is a chemistry/electricity/magic that happens when accomplished musicians regularly practice........TOGETHER.

Recently, a very busy "working" band leased a studio from us.  Bravo. We love these guys.  During their move in conversation, a comment was made that really struck me: "Brandon, you know, I don't see us really needing this space for more than a month or so. We are all professionals, so we only have to practice a little bit to really get the parts down."  Granted, I get where they are coming from.  As a former session guitarist, I can tell you personally that one take hero's are worth their weight in gold.  With that being said, the electricity that happens from a COHESIVE BAND UNIT CONSTANTLY PRACTICING CANNOT BE DENIED.

I used to go see this local band years ago: I was friends with all of them, but quietly I hated their music. Fast forward a few months later (they moved away to the country and practiced 8 hours a day for a few months) I am watching them live and MY FACE WAS BEING COMPLETELY MELTED BY THEIR AWESOMENESS.  It was at that moment that I was convinced of the work ethic of rehearsal paying off.

How is your band's work ethic?  Do you want to rehearse more, but the studio you are in just does not have a good vibe?  Does the owner seem more desperate for your cash because this funds his drug habit more than it does his passion for the music?  FEAR NOT: WE HAVE YOU COVERED.  We will not be beat in quality or service.................OR VIBE.  Check us out at bandpracticerooms.com or give us a call at 855.279.6424.

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