Had Enough of Working Harder Than Everyone Else in the Band?

August 19, 2010{ 1 Comment }

fight Had Enough of Working Harder Than Everyone Else in the Band? I just discovered an article on Music Think Tank by Bruce Warila that I wish I’d found 5 years ago. It’s no exaggeration to say that the information within could’ve kept a former band of mine that was on the rise at the time from dissolving.

Are you the driving force in your band? Are you getting frustrated or burnt out by having to provide most of the energy that fuels the group’s engine?

Don’t abandon ship! Don’t break up the band! Don’t quit!

Just read this article, put these principles into practice, and see how everyone in the band feels a year down the road. I’ll bet each member will be happier, healthier, more invested, and doing their all to further your collective musical career.

-Chris R. at CD Baby

  • http://www.citizenbob.com donnyrocker

    "Monetize the relationship": it's the American way! (Maybe it's also the Canadian way, the European way, etc. …)

    The comments associated with the linked article are, in this case, as valuable as the article itself. Perhaps an equally helpful article would be one that addresses the same concerns exclusive to the objective score-keeping device that "time = money" is.