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I don't hang out backstage........

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Lee Flier
    Yeah I Come on, let's hear some Skynyrd! Some Neil Young! Come on!" Kept this up the whole time I was in there. Yipes.





    One of my standard replies is "they don't do any of my songs, why should I do any of theirs?"


    That usually shuts 'em up for a minute while they think about it and I make my escape.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Guitar Guru
      But it was fun hanging out in a room that was designated solely for the bands playing this club......made me feel like a rock star.


      A place we play has a freaking appartment! A complete 4 1/2 that is almost connected to the backstage exit. Complete with kitchen, bathroom, etc. And it is actually clean.

      While the crowd is partying during the breaks, you go there, take a shower if you wish, brew some coffee, watch TV, bring groupies with you.
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      • #18
        That's badass, Hardtailed! Can we come play there?
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        • #19
          I don't do either. I hate bars. I basically show up when it's showtime, play my ass off, and then leave.
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Hardtailed


            A place we play has a freaking appartment! A complete 4 1/2 that is almost connected to the backstage exit. Complete with kitchen, bathroom, etc. And it is actually clean.

            While the crowd is partying during the breaks, you go there, take a shower if you wish, brew some coffee, watch TV, bring groupies with you.


            I remember we once played a smallish club and got taken next door to the promoters mums house next door before we went onstage. She was about 70 years old, and she made us toast and tea, and kept asking if we were nervous.

            Of course we told everyone we'd been in the 'backstage area' drinking, taking drugs and partying with groupies.....
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            • #21
              Originally posted by PhantomDan13


              I remember we once played a smallish club and got taken next door to the promoters mums house next door before we went onstage. She was about 70 years old, and she made us toast and tea, and kept asking if we were nervous.


              Hahaha, we played a similar place: a side by side duplex where one half was converted into a bar and the other side is the owner's house basically! The restroom area serves as a soundlock and you access the house from there. It kinda feels weird, you're in somebody's house, with children sleeping upstairs. You open a door and you're in a bar with drunk people doing body surfing (which is quite a sight when the bar's legal limit is 70 people and there are over a 100 that night).
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