At the gig last night this guy comes up on the first break and tells me “man you’re off the chain.” I didn’t quite understand that. I guess this means he liked my drumming. I think he mean to say “you’re off the hook.”
He then tells me and my singer that he plays drums and bass. So my singer says “come up and play a tune with us.”
Guy jumps up on the next set and we play a 1-4-5 slow blues song. This is cake. Well he starts “soloing” (badly) over everything and can’t even follow the damn progression. Our singer is yelling across the stage “C man, C!!!” and he’s looking at the bass like the C note left the building.
What an ass.
One reply on “Everyone thinks they’re musicians…”
Hey, well to all those who “DO” want to become musicians.
Now YOU, can! With Supreme Stereo, LLP of Portland Oregon.
Our mission: Get talent out of the areas overlooked by mainstream publishers.
Our Motto: We Make Music Happen
Our Forum: http://www.SupremeStereo.com
We’re Brand NEW, and more to come everyday. Expect to see updates in November 2007.
Pres. of Operations
Supreme Stereo, LLP
We Make Music Happen.