#1
My band have a bassist, a guitarist (me), a singer, a drummer and a keyboardist.
The keyboardist is getting POd about where we put her onstage.
Where should we put her?
Drums centre back, vocals centre front, guitarist front left, bassist front right.
where go she?
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#2
far back center, where you can't see her for the drums.
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#3
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far back center, where you can't see her for the drums.


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#4
drums - center back]
singer - center front slightly to the right
guitar - front left center
keys - front left
bass - front right

..............................drum
bass........singer...............guitar...........keyboard

If you have a deeper stage, give the singer the front of the stage.

..............................drum
bass........guitar.................keyboard
.........................singer

All this really depends on who gets the most attention during songs.

Best of both worlds-let the keyboards go wherever she wants, get the bass, guitar and, maybe, singer on wireless and move around the gigging space.
#6
At Berklee my band consisted of drums, bass, one guitar, keyboard, and a singer. Drums were back center, vocalist front center, guitar stage left, keyboards stage right, and the bassist either between the drums and guitar or between the drums and keyboards, depending on how much room the stage had on each side. Keep in mind your setup may not work out on every stage and often times you'll have to switch it around a bit, but this was typically how we setup.
#7
Where would you put her if she was a second guitar player? Put her there.

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