Cruznolfart Posted March 12, 2012 Report Share Posted March 12, 2012 Someone said, in another thread, that "as long as you had fun, it was a successful gig". The context in which it was written was one of offering props to another member who was describing a recent gig. No argument from me. But then it occurred to me that my view of a successful gig had changed immensely of the years. From your stand-point, what would define a successful gig? And you'll have to give some idea of what your experience is with playing out, or you're just speculating. (Not that there's anything WRONG with that) I remember when a successful gig was one that I made it all the way through without vomiting ...but that was a long time ago. After many years and many stages (sorry) it finally got to where a successful gig was defined as one that led to more jobs. What do you think...? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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