Music is a job....

This week STB headed across to Tuscaloosa, Al to do an interview with J.C. Bryant, a promoter/music lover with an online show. Sounds like fun, right....

Well, it was fun. Our buddy/producer Kevin Waide rode with us in the 'tour bus', and hung out off-camera during the interview. It was great: we played, we talked (mostly me), and we had many a laugh. After an hour or so, we headed to a club in T-town to play an open-mic set for some friends of ours in the area. Shonda and Ed were taken on-stage almost at once, as the drummer and bass player had been playing for over an hour. They played for some of the other artists, then for me, then for Kevin(who was a big hit with the crowd), THEN for everyone else. All in all, they played about 2 1/2hrs. We left there about 11:30. Now for the kicker. Ed, Kevin, and I had worked 8-10hrs EACH before we even went to AL. No one complained (til now, I guess:). No one seemed bothered by the time.
We just wanna do work....

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  • Dawn
    Dawn Perth
    From there, we can see that Kevin Waide is really a humble man because he is always ready to mingle with you and share some important moments with you. This is actually one of the reasons why I love him so much! I would love to know more details about his life! By the way, I am glad to know that you had an incredible week and experienced all of this! There are several [url=https://www.resumesservicesreviews.com/]best resume companies[/url] who want to know you better!

    From there, we can see that Kevin Waide is really a humble man because he is always ready to mingle with you and share some important moments with you. This is actually one of the reasons why I love him so much! I would love to know more details about his life! By the way, I am glad to know that you had an incredible week and experienced all of this! There are several best resume companies who want to know you better!

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