SHOWTIME (Read time 0:51)
|Posted By Davieoah|
| Show Consideration |
I like the vision and I how the music business works. I want a spokesman someone to talk for me. Someone to say the way I can operate an successful productive team on the internet with out having a load of money. With that being said how much would I need on stage with me?
|Posted By rich|
| Truth Rules! |
"How very true and inspirational these words are. From someone who's been at it for nearly 50 years" That's Richards contribution (above) I've got you beat by a few Rich!(Richard). Umm, The last time that I counted, it was 56, I believe! The song "That's Life" nails my life! I've been on top and bottom and all stages in between! Endeavoring to write a great song, is the only work-like thing that I care about! "That's Life", and "At Seventeen" inspired me to write my own testimony, "Feeling Old" http://www.reverbnation.com/control_room/artist/1902452/songs I've never been in a box, because I never found one that could contain me! Thanks, as always, for the opportunity of offering my opinion! Kindly, Rich Pulin
|Posted By joe|
| showtime |
I wrote a tune called showtime after hurricane kathrine urging the bush squad to quit stalling and get the help flowing.. but here you hit the nail on the head and now I've finished the shed.. time to go play again cause it's SHOWTIME! thanks michael :-)
|Posted By mark grove|
| Being Creative--Yet Going Beyond Your Own Expectations |
I had to read Mike's post twice to get it.But I didn't at first. I do though, have a hard time not voicing my own opinions which I think are better than others, and it gets me in trouble. One thing I learned from two blues artists. First one is Dee Curtis here Canada, create value for other musicians and play like you mean it. The other is an article on blues great Coco Montoya, who was mentored by Albert Collins, another blues great. "Play your ass off onstage,but always be humble and don't show people up because you can. Hope that goes with Mike's blog post today. Mark
|Posted By Batuka|
| And the supporting cast |
There is always a supporting cast, if it is the lighting staff, front of house engineers, or even the bartender. Each of them brings a part that needs to be massaged into making the experience complete. Bring to the show gratitude for the supporting cast, leave behind lasting memories.
|Posted By Julie Dolan|
| SHOWTIME |
Nice! I'm also riding the horse in the direction it's going and it seems to be taking off in another direction.
|Posted By Rachel|
| Creating ... |
Hi Michael. It is truly better to live with all your might than to exist. It's hard. Being an artist is hard. But I will keep working on my project, it is moving forward. It's been alot of alone time..so tonight I am gigging at a banquet,and that will be nice, to be out with people again.:-) Thanks for all your great blogs Michael! have an awesome day! Rachel
|Posted By Keisha|
| My time in the show |
I love the part about not expressing your own opinions about how things should be. I learned that the hard way. but i had to. I agree with you 100%. excellent advice.
|Posted By Erik|
| Just Do It... |
|Posted By Richard|
| SHOWTIME |
How very true and inspirational these words are. From someone who's been at it for nearly 50 years.
|Posted By Friedrich Conrad|
| Liberation |
This will launch me out of mediocrity and the ever-wavering opinions of others. This gives me clarity and the courage to “bring it to the show.” This projects my vision into the direction of my future. This frees me.
|Posted By Lovely Rita|
| It's Showtime |
Yes, SHOWTIME!!!! It’s time for me to SHOW UP as my best, my riskiest, my true uncontrived self. I wrote “Showtime” in lipstick on my mirror! How encouraging. How true! Thanks again, JMD.