Dating touring musician
"My life, physically, is like coffee, emails, working out, playing, sleeping. Below are loose accounts of her two schedules: one during a tour, the other during the off months, and each with some extra bits that are actually crucial to how she operates.New bands especially, I think, will find her efforts inspiring, and the actual nuts and bolts of it all quite illuminating.
So basically, you should worry about it all the time, not just when they’re on tour.Plus, now your bandmates think you’re a dick for cheating on someone, which makes for a long ride home.4.If that person does cheat on you on the road, then guess what?Depending on the projects they're involved in, the to-do lists will vary greatly.There are few better examples of an exceptional hustle, however, than that of Alex White, one-half of the heady garage-rock duo White Mystery. On top of that, we’re worried about you and how bored you are.
We’re trying to share a creative energy and work out ideas, and some of them are bad ones.
The good news is that, ultimately, the power is in your hands—you get to decide if that type of person is the type of person you’re cool with dating.
No two full-time musicians' schedules are identical.
We were secretly hoping to keep those types of moments to a minimum and only expose you to that sort of thing at, say, family holiday parties. But for normal people, carrying heavy things up and down stairs and then trying to Tetris them into a van that’s too small is a pain in the ass.
And how you are now a witness to our weird, dysfunctional-family dynamic. I mean, if you’re gonna show up with a crane and a ladder and you're strong enough to carry an Ampeg 8x10 bass cabinet over one shoulder, you’re definitely invited.
a.m.: Today I went and worked out for an hour; I lifted weights, and I ran. We learn a different discipline every week and apply it.