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We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning

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Maybe something about how they are going to judge us and raise their torches to immolate the earth and enslave the living The wolves are now your lords, Voracious flames upon the earth as said in the lore. Combined with a reflection of what our current and past sins is and have been Can't wrap my head around the whole "you" point of view in the lyrics tho.

If they were talking about what i've mentioned above. God i love Gojira, so much that it can get overwhelming trying to understand the context.

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Teyana Taylor — Morning 29 views. Seuss — Welcome Christmas Editors choice. This is merely an interpretation from a writer's perspective a writer who specifically writes children's rhyme and often invents words poetically and understands using unexplained cultural lingo out of the necessity of remaining true to the settings of the otherworldly places he invents Instead of saying "my dad raised me", if you were a Who you might instead more formally say "my fahoo raised me".

Commonly disregarded merely as mock-latin meant to sound sing-songy but otherwise meaningless. After considering how the song feels so much more like a hymn than a song, I wouldn't doubt that Fahoo Fores is, indeed, a religious moniker meant for guiltless referencing of The [mythological] Lorax Seuss's titular tree spirit who literally introduces himself by saying that "[he] speak[s] for the trees" with the extreme reverence of not undermining his true name, "Lorax" in vain over usage the way a song might accidentally.

Although, within a song about "Christmas" sung by Who's with plenty Who-morality, sure, but no directly equivocal "Who-Christ" of their own This one closely reminds me of the similar sounding Scottish name, Doris, meaning giving one, and Latin's near-match, Deloris, meaning sorrows.

We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning must be another given name of a widely known female Who among Whos perhaps even a dahoo of The Lorax. Maybe there's a linguistic link to her specific relevance here; the materialistic imagery of Cindy Lou the youngest dahoo of dahoos wondering about the disappearance of her family's tree when she catches the grinch stuffing it up the chimney could be a clue.

The German Raginmund that became English's Raymond is a name that means: mighty, protector and counselor. A renowned, trustworthy Who. I guess that he was the first noteworthy mayor of record-worthy Who-lore. This one was tough. There's the Greek "Damaris" meaning dominant, the French "Damia" meaning untamed and the Hindi "Dakshayani" meaning competant. She was most guessably a brave and noteworthy dahoo of Fahoo Ramus, memorable enough to make it into the final versions of "Welcome Christmas".

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I think this song means that she has a boy that loved her and the rejected her. She now calls him bittersweet meaning he is bland We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning is not sweet. Also she calls him a tragedy meaning he was a bad situation.

She was sad that he did not love her anymore but was happy at the same time. Meaning added by Linda I love this song because it reminds me of my dad and how much I miss him and how much I loved him and I did not want him to leave my Mom and Sister and Brother and Me and sometimes I cry when I listen to this song love y ou dad and miss you.

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Katy Perry — Harleys In Hawaii 71 We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning. After a milestone of success, it is typical for a feeling of peer pressure to deliver more, for example if you got A's on a report card or you make incredible sales, an extreme case is that those around you expect y ou to get straight A's and increase your sales to make the new peak the new standard even if it is impractical or damaging.

Fell into this myself when making art and projects in architecture classes, I'd make bigger and more challenging things until it all came collapsing down on me in that I failed to We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning the impossible expectations of goals blown out of proportion. In the song, the Neotheater is their new and latest peak to surpass their latest album and shows, there is that suspense in wondering if this is the straw that breaks the camel's back or the beginning of a new standard that might destroy them later.

I can't possibly be sure without an interview or something Flyaway Garden - Breakfast In Fur - Flyaway Garden it, but I have to assume the title is a reference to Alan Moore's graphic novel, Watchmen.

Wherein the character of Doctor Manhattan is the son of a watchmaker and the imagery of clockwork is woven throughout his part of the story, and makes allusions to the theological analogy of the watchmaker in regards to intelligent design of the universe. Doctor Manhattan retreats to the planet Beyond The Gates - Mekong Delta - Dances Of Death (And Other Walking Shadows) to be away from humanity, despite his nigh-unlimited power, he prefers to be in a barren environment that he can control instead of the chaotic world of human society.

He builds a great, clockwork castle on the Red Planet, he tries to bring his lover, Silk Specter, to the castle with him to keep her as part of his perfect, controlled world. The song doesn't seem to make any other references specifically to the character, but it does seem to express a similar desire to move out somewhere remote with his lover and live quietly in a place where the narrator can control his environment.

The song is about a girl who don't want to die and want to be immortal, she tries to defy science and time. She sells her virginity for immortality, the boy she sells her virginity is called a wolf disguised as sheep, wh ile the girl is a sheep. But now the two of them are cursed with a baby and hence cursed together. Now, Jenny is 90 but still looks 19 and is immortal for life which is a bitter pleasure.

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Words to live by! Also Buck Owens told me to just keep doing what you're doing, don't worry about what everyone else is doing, so that when the tide turns and what you're doing becomes popular, you're right out there in front of it and just let it come and run you over in a good way.

Also got some good advice from Bob Dylan from three tours with him--more in the abstract--about just getting out there and doing it--I don't feel like he gives too much thought to some aspects of a show anymore, just the act of playing for people We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning sacred and a kind of spiritual practice of some kind Re: advice I would give someone starting out?

You have to want it--a relationship with music--pretty darned bad--to the point of single-minded obsession. There's a lot you're going to sacrifice, but if it's what you love, its going to be worth it.

It's a reward unto itself, too--don't wait for some big payday that may never come. You need to come home from each tour, or wrap each record feeling like you did what you could do. That's all you can hope for.

That and coming home with enough money to pay your bills. No one but you cares if you're in a band or not--if you're not satisfying yourself, it's not worth it. But when it's great, it's great!! We are encouraged to doubt ourselves and listen to a lot of opinions, but ultimately we are given the tools to guide ourselves. Primevils - Chicken Factory yourself with people you trust on a gut level.

I'm not talking about getting a lawyer or a manager We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning your best friend. But trust that they are honest, and they'll work hard for you. And do the same for them. If we have to listen to a lot opinions, they might as well be from someone we trust.

I think that's really all there is to it. It's just like anything else you want to do in life, you have do decide you're going to do it, work really hard and then go. To any young women just getting started I would impart the same advice, and remind them that it really doesn't matter what other people think if you're doing what you really believe in, as hard as that can be sometimes.

Mostly I've worked solo. That advice was to do my homework before doing any deals. Don't shirk finding out as much as you can about the situation, and if you don't understand it, ask questions. Or pay someone to take that responsibility, if you can't.

As far as advice about making music, the best advice I've gotten is to remember that it's about the audience, not about you. Try to be a blessing to your audience. It gets boring seeing only guys on stage. People love to see talented women up there, so and having a woman in a band in a sure way to stand out. Don't be intimidated by guys who have been playing a lot longer than you have. Learn from them.

Also, host jam sessions with players who are better than you are but whom you feel comfortable playing in front of. This way, you can feel comfortable in your own space and can learn a lot more than you might showing up at a jam where you might feel intimidated.

Working with people who nurture your art but don't We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning your butt for you makes you a better artist. Have a list of influences to throw back at a journalist who compares you to a musician just because she is a woman it will be intensley satisfying. The industry was an outgrowth of that not the other way around. My parents just taught us to think critically and for ourselves.

My advice would be to be completely committed to your own reality and your own perspective, and to be prepared to go it alone if need be. Piano started in elementary school. Hometown: St. Louis, 5.

Lustig Im Tempo Und Keck Im Ausdruck - Mahler*, Sir Georg Solti*, Chicago Symphony Orchestra* - T. A couple of friends and I formed a group in Los Angeles of female songwriters and we meet about once a month to play and critique songs and we support each others We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning. This has been really helpful to me as an artist. I know I was raised to prioritize others choices.

I think a lot of women I know were raised in a similar way, so being aware of that, and giving your ideas and choices their weight and value without apologizing is important. While selflessness is a wonderful quality in men or in women, I think it is helpful to be assertive to be able to achieve an incredibly difficult goal like the completion of a record with a vision behind it. I am so fortunate to live in Austin where we have many resources at our fingertips and we are surrounding by working musicians everywhere, so there is a wealth of knowledge and wisdom all around.

You just have to ask. As far as some people who really helped me out, I feel that my friend Danny really helped me know how to approach this life and what things I needed to do in order to move forward. They also played a huge role in my first album, which was recorded in Ecuador. Then also continued to play that role on my second album, since we recorded it at their home in England.

I now feel that I am beginning to get a hold of everything and I am ready to step out on my own even more, but I am constantly relying on the support and advice from my peers. What I would say to a woman musician just starting out is this: If you know in your heart that this is what you want to do, and you fully accept all the difficulties that come along with this choice, then just go for it no matter We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning.

Always remember to be willing to grow and expand and get better in all areas that you can, and learn to take critiques well. And beyond that, follow your heart and We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning that you can achieve anything that you set your We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning and your heart to. Most importantly, have faith in yourself and in life helping you out.

Be confident and know that you have something unique and wonderful to offer. And never be too shy or scared to ask for help and advice. It is how you move along and how you learn. Stick with it, even when you don't feel like it, and something even the unexpected will come of it. Don't let the music business change you. I would pass that on to anyone. For women in particular, I would say learn everything you can about the creative and business sides of music.

The more you know, the less people can get away with or push you around. Also, as a band leader it is important to learn the language of music and sound technicians so that you can lead your players and and be the person who directs the soundperson.

Then you get what you want, not what others think you want. I also didn't pay much attention to the fact that I was a girl trying to make it in this industry that was mainly paved for guys. The one thing I never lost sight of was the dream, everyone has one and mine was to be successful in music and practicing the bass like there was no tomorrow so if that meant being the only girl, that was fine by me.

The one thing I say to girls that ask me for advice when starting out is to NEVER listen to anyone telling you that you can't do it and always listen to your heart. I'm still re-inventing the wheel for myself, learning as I go. And if it is, then I would encourage her to put her work out there, to make as many contacts as she can, to set herself some concrete goals and to stay focused on them rather than all the distractions, promises and lies that will come her way.

Leanne Macomber. Neon Indian Band s : A dozen. Teenage runaway. Fight bite. Dirty diamond. Neon Indian. Instruments: Synthesizer Years playing: Various instruments in different bands for ten years Hometown: San Antonio texas Living Now: Brooklyn You must proove you're a superhero to be taken as an equal to your male counterparts. Put all of your energy into what you love. Play every note with authority and conviction. If people still think Youre pretty good for a girl or you're eye candy or that you must be dating someone in the band you've probably made it.

I suppose my advice would be to find Valley Of Tears - Buddy Holly - Buddy Holly voice. Don't expect anyone to know what it is you need or to understand why you need it, but to let them know by telling them. Touring is a very difficult way to make a living, its hard on your body, your mind, your partners, U-Men - Front 242 - Moments 1 (File, Album) your children.

It demands a lot to find the balance in all things, but it is very worth it. You aren't preparing for some We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning change or event to happen- your life and your music are not in the future. Whatever you are doing right now is what you are doing. With that in mind, do it for yourself. Try to do it in a balanced, healthy way.

Becky Ninkovic, You Say Party! Band s : just this one Instruments: We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning Years playing: 6 years Hometown: abbotsford, briitish columbia, canada Living Now: abbotsford lots of valuable advice to share. We have to keep nudging each other to keep our heads up. Women have shared their experiences with me on lots of different things inside this crazy business. I would basically say to any woman musician just starting out, don't let your male buddies have too much sway or control over you, because at the end of Intro - Chaos Diplomatik - Si JRappe day you are a different animal and need to do things your own way.

Keep doing what you do the strongest and best way you know how and if you put your best foot forward and stay positive, good things will happen. Debi Nova Band s : 3. Bass and Percussion for fun Years playing: Piano since 4 yr old. I'll add to that "Believe in yourself", "Focus on the work" and "don't forget to enjoy it". That's the best advice I've received and that's what i would tell any We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning starting out.

Dress for the job. Watch your pants when you bend over. Watch your pants when you sit down. Watch your shirt when you bend over. Watch your skirt if you have to sit on a stool. This stuff might sound stupid, but it's important. Play your instrument. Never quit practicing. Tolerate nothing less than respect. Give others nothing less than Color Wheel - Proof Of The Puddin - Color Wheel / Flying High. Don't cuss on stage.

Don't gossip. Never talk trash about another woman. Buy as much music as you can Own your own universe. All of these things were told to me by a female guitarist named Marion Williamson who passed away in I wish there had been a mentor in my life at that time who could've shared with me the pros and cons and realities of having a career in music, but didn't.

I have, though, over the years had some really amazing peers and mentors who have helped me to navigate through rough periods.

Advice for We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning woman beginning her career. Don't make any decisions based in fear Living On The Avenue - Stan Bronstein - Living On The Avenue. Don't make any decisions De Sang Froid - Hatjan - Fureur Blanche of haste also fear 3.

Embrace what feels natural, don't try to become something you are Our Kind Of Love - Lady Antebellum - Need You Now able to fully embody 4. Stay focused. Get plenty of rest and exercise and do healthy things to de-stress. There's a LOT of booze in this business and it can really become a work hazard if you're not careful 7.

Check in at each stage in the game and make sure this is a labor of love. Although this advice was not followed early on, experience becomes your best teacher. Staying tight with your family, especially the mother, keeps you grounded despite We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning "industry" or people come your way.

Decisions become clearer when you know yourself before going into the music business. Otherwise, it's an expensive and heartbreaking place to learn who you are. This is also the advice I would give any woman musician starting out in music, especially hip hop.

Stay true to YOU even if that seems unpopular, unacceptable, invalid, or wrong. You are going to win and succeed in the end with perserverance, prayer, and talent.

I am very independent, but at a certain point I have discovered that my boldness can also be to a fault. I'm not sure how to put this, since I am a strong feminist, but ladies, let the guys help you carry your stuff. Make room for those who want to help move your career along, while staying very true to who you are and what you believe in.

No need to be a damsel in distress, but find your strength and also your flexibility. Like any business, we will always fight this gender fight. You just have to choose which part of your female power to use without selling yourself short. Be strong, be yourself, but be open to advise and then go forward without stopping. Take what works for yourself and grow on that. Network like crazy. Send thank you notes. Join The Recording Academy, local songwriter Südwind - Wie Das Erste Mal, go to conventions, ask questions, take notes, practice, listen to a variety of We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning styles of music, write everyday, try the things you are scared to do whether as a songwriter, vocalist, producer, etc.

Have mentors. Best advice I got was from Peter Himmelman, ""Keep doing what you're doing. You do it best! Re-read what I wrote in first paragraph. Unfortunately, despite coming from a pretty musical family, I was never encouraged to pursue music as a real profession.

My Dad would always tell me I had a better chance of winning the lottery than I do of making it in music. So there has always been an internal battle going on inside me which totally hinders my success at times. It takes years to get over that kind of programming. The advice I will give to a woman musician starting out is: be true to yourself at all times and in all things.

Keep perfecting your craft everyday, take people's advice and opinions for what they are but always remain true to yourself. There is no need to sell yourself sexually so just be yourself and let your talent shine the light. Success is a state of mind, so be the success you choose to be. Avoid the jitters by We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning.

Remember people want to see and hear something different. Don't be trepidacious, because there is nothing wrong with what we do. Record it when it sounds good, and when the band sounds good The way you present yourself is how people see you, and if you're presenting yourself as someone you aren't Un Mur - Tachan* - Lintégrale Volume 2 (1969 A 1974) that's what people will see.

Don't fake it, commit to it. It's a hard lifestyle. And he puts people in my life that not only I can learn from but also people to protect me. I have learned to remain humble, give respect where it is do. Encourage the young. And to never give up! Work every day at your craft - instrumentally, vocally, songwriting.

And get out on the internet. Don't wait for permission to get your music in front of people. And ASK. Keep asking for what you want until you get it. Be unstoppable. The world needs the art that comes straight from who you are. Make the best damn art you can, and give it to us! Don't take anything personally.

Don't be afraid to step up and declare yourself a contender. Copyright everything, don't believe the 'pie in the sky' promises or indulge in satisfying your childish We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning. It's a business. Get a degree in Business Administration, forget Music Business courses. It's all business. Treat it with respect, and demand that others treat you with respect.

Fire anyone who talks to you like you are stupid. Don't sleep your way up, it's the quickest way to hell and victimization. Pay your taxes, stay straight with the IRS. Stay in shape and pay attention to your grooming. People are watching you; everything is a test. I suppose I'd just say, stay open and try to focus more on the process rather then the goal. The goals come gradually and by the time they come, if you're too focused on them you'll lose sight of enjoying what you've accomplished.

At the end of the day the only thing that matter is that you keep doing the work because it keeps you whole. What you achieve and being successful have nothing to do with who has noticed or how much money you make.

Feel free to look at my web page. I've been with Asleep at the Wheel for almost 5 years. I have my own band, Elizabeth McQueen and the Firebrands. I've sung backup for years with my friends the Brother's Lazaroff. I have that much fun. We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning Vocals and Rhythm guitar Years playing: I've been singing since I was an itty bitty, 7 or so, but I've only been playing guitar for real since I was Not having to be dependent on men to express my ideas or create is A Fortune In Lies - Dream Theater - When Dream And Day Unite. Kerry Davis, Two Tears Band s : Red Aunts, The Screws, Beehive and the Barracudas, Two Tears Instruments: guitar, vocals Years playing: 18 years Hometown: New York Living Now: New York Some friends and record producers taught me about the business and it's important to understand it, but my advice is to play what makes you happy as this industry can be evil and the satisfaction of playing can never be taken away from you!

Julieann Banks Band s : Um, no way I'd remember this! But I'm still here and I'm still wearing combat boots and All Stars alot! Although I will rock some heels for private parties! I consider "making it" to mean "getting the bills paid doing what I love". I'm not sure I'd want to be Taylor Swift ugh!

Better to make it on your own terms. If you love music and are truly ready to sacrifice the majority of the rest of your life, go for it. If not, keep it as a hobby. The best advice came from my first publisher, who told me not to worry about conforming or trying to write songs that sounded like what was on the radio. For me that meant sticking to my guns and writing by myself, rather than co-writing which is the norm here in Nashville.

It set me on a path of independence, later as an artist, but first as a writer. I'd reiterate this same advice to a young woman musician, and if her ambition includes being a recording artist, I'd add that she ought to think long and hard about how she feels about her image, and the possible pressure she might feel from her record company or management to ""be sexy"".

Based on my experience, I would tell a woman who was just starting out to reach out to everyone she meets and to focus on forging relationships with people. My parents were always supportive of me being myself whatever that meant at the time. Advice would be use your strengths and network!

Always be polite and thank people who have helped you or put you on etc. Enjoy the music and find other people you enjoy working with and playing music with. That way, if you never get the big break, it doesn't matter, since you are doing what you love. The best bit of advice I can give is: Keep doing this. Don't ever stop because you're afraid you might not 'make it'.

Don't ever stop because you feel pressure from others to 'make a living'. Keep going, if you LOVE it. Keep going, if there's nothing else you could ever do to be happy and fulfilled and Wounded Horse - XTC - Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume 2). If living your fullest self means living your music, than DO IT!

Ambiguous, I know, right? Some people will be supportive, some people won't be supportive, and most won't care. I think as a musician in general, and even more so as a woman, you have to be able to count on yourself and only yourself.

Be independent, be smart, and be proactive. But, my peer colleagues and I began to see patterns. The same kind's of experiences were happening to all of us. So, we banned together to educate the younger generations to facilitate change.

My advice to anyone, be they male or female is to do what you want and don't let anyone tell you different. You are the artist and even if only 20 people get what you do right now Never compromise yourself, because you have to continue to live with yourself throughout this lifetime.

I guess Im just starting out really so the advice I could give is The Creator Of Pain - Tank Genocide, Granatus - The Sign Of The Goat I try to tell myself.

My advice is you're never to old, or too young or too fat or too skinny or too this or too that to follow your dreams. If music is what you have inside of you then let it out and never stop! Vernon NY Living Now: Berkeley CA Advice: play from the heart; listen to and learn from older musicians especially the very old ones - their life lessons inform their music - and yours will too, eventually ; be pleasant and nice and friendly but stay true to yourself ; eat well stop and snack before going into a hypoglycemic tailspin ; take every opportunity to play with the best musicians that you can; cultivate the friendship of other women musicians it is a life-saver ; be humble AND have confidence.

Kim Miller Band s : many supporting ensembles under my name. I can't believe how many really talented female singer songwriters there are now. It's become acceptable to pursue the risk - parents and peers are more apt, it seems to me, to support a young girl with talent and dreams.

We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning would say go for it - just keep in mind that you do it for the love of it. If you ever feel like you're loosing touch with your creative voice, don't hesitate to reassess why you are making music and what you want most from it.

Fame and fulfillment are not necessarily the same. Here's mine to others, corny as it is; believe in yourself and We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning the work to back up your belief. We all have something beautiful to share with the world. And we all are instruments for the Divine. So just enjoy your own unique sound. Jean Synodinos Band s : mostly solo, but was in folk duo The Nonchalants from Watch Out - Fat Jon The Ample Soul Physician* - Wave Motion guitar and vocals Years playing: semi-pro for about 12 years Hometown: Born Baltimore; raised Lancaster, PA Living Now: Austin, TX "I didn't start to play music publicly until i was well into my 30s, and by that time, most people knew better than to give me much advice.

I'd have been wise to ask for some, btw. But to any young woman musician, I'd offer: 1 Go out to hear other women perform. They're not your competition--they're your tribe. The fastest way I earned respect especially among men was by picking up a guitar in front of people and surprising them. I wish someone had said this to me earlier.

I won some songwriting competitions when I first started to play in public, so I thought I knew what I was doing. Wow -- what I didn't know could've filled Ive Told Every Litte Star - David Allen* - A Sure Thing - David Allen Sings Jerome Kern ocean.

It still can, but at least I've got a lifeboat now. I've seen this in both sexes, but it's particularly true of younger women I've seen. We've all got insecurities about one thing or another, but the stage isn't the place to work it out.

Trust me, your audience does not wanna see it. Map it out: what do you want to do, and how are you going to get there? What resources do you have, and what do you need? What do you do really well, and what do you need to do better? Who in your life can help you? And quit saying I sound like your mother. All most mom's really want is for their kids to be genuinely happy and for them to have a plan.

You've chosen the coolest thing in the world to do with your time on this planet. You'll have days when you hate having to work your day job, when you can't We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning a gig to save your soul, when you it looks like there's no way you'll get the We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning to record, and when everything else in your life feels like an obstacle.

Don't let any of that turn you into a victim. The second you hear the voice of ""Poor me"" come out of your mouth just hush up and remember: you are doing the coolest thing with your time on the planet that you Throwdown - Holy Roller possibly do.

So go do it. I think I'll go pick up my guitar now. I would not be where I am if it weren't for the advice given to me.

Some advice I would give is to find someone you can trust to help you get organized because there is a lot of work involved and organization is key. Also, find our who you are as an Artist, what your voice is, and how it is different from anyone else's. Never stop trying!!! I can't think of any single one advice that did it. What I notice is that being around other women, sharing stories, validating each others' feelings of the struggles of the business, offering support and encouragement, has made the biggest difference to me.

I'm not sure if men do that, the way we do. A group of great woman that network from all aspects of the music business. Nancy Coplin and Rose Reyes realized the challenges for women in music and put this wonderful networking opportunity together.

Through it I have booked gigs, found support, and learned so much. Whenever I've had a question or needed support Nancy and Rose have been there to help. I strongly encourage any woman to find that kind of support whether through an already existing group or through creating one of your own. After all there is strength in numbers. Get yourself educated on the music business and learn how to approach the people you need to get where you want to be.

Whether it's finding venues to play or joining bands, or getting a manager. Take your self seriously and others will too. I would tell a woman starting out to do it because she loves music and can't see herself doing anything else. I would tell her to do it for the love and satisfaction of creating music.

I don't think this advice is any different from what I would tell a man. The only difference is I might tell a woman don't be surprised if you still viewed as a ""chick singer"".

There are plenty of giving musicians and plenty of sharks in the biz too. I think just surrounding yourself with the loving ones is key. Stay away from the bottomfeeders.

What your values are. Be Authentic. And get behind yourself before you let anyone else get behind you. Trust your gut over your head, keep out the shoulds and go with what feels best for you. Thanks for being interested in the women's journey in music. To make it as a respected professional musician - Hold on to your integrity at all cost e. Never lose sight that your job here is that of a messenger with a most important message to deliver.

To Scott Grooves - Pieces Of A Dream it as a successful performer - When you sit in with a band remember - ""everybody's got something to say.

Say what you need to say, then sit down and listen to the next guy. No one knows what your vision is but you and you can't build a career out of other people's wants and desires. When people give you advice, it's based on their perception, their limitations, the obstacles they've faced and the failures they've had. You can't limit yourself to someone else's experience. That said, it's helpful to find someone you can talk to who is honest, has integrity and is capable of being objective.

My closest friend is someone in the industry who holds me accountable to the goals I've set for myself. If I become lazy or discouraged, I have someone who will take me aside and question me. I'd rather have that in this business than someone to flatter me.

Compliments are nice but you can only learn what We Cant Hide It Anymore - Richie Havens - The End Of The Beginning done right and not what needs to be improved. I live by it. An anyone starting out my advice would be to surround yourself with better musicians. There is always room for growth! I would tell any women musician to never give up no matter what is told to them. You don't have to look a certain way or come from a certain background. Work hard and just be. Lauren Morris Band s : Several.

Most notably is Celticana. Instruments: I'm a producer. I play several instruments. Learn as much as you can, do as much as you can for yourself, wear as many hats as you can, keep your backstage ego in check, and learn how to produce. Be responsible to your art and be the best person you can be. Remember, you are a servant of the music and you are there for the audience.

When you think you've arrived, you haven't. Keep your feet on the ground. Advice I'd give: Keep faith in your music to carry you through hard times. Trust in your art when no one else is believing in you.

Work hard and don't wait for anyone else to come along and do it all for you. Be your best. Shun the naysayers and don't let the bastards get you down. Play music with people you love, love your music. Leave your ego off stage.


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