#1
In what kind of gig situation could you play a three song set?
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#2
Talent Show.
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#6
Quote by HeadHunter241
Talent Show.


And even that might be pushing it. Usually they only have time for 1 or 2 songs depending on their length
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#8
At the battle of the band gigs at my school, each band is allotted 10 minutes to do whatever they want.
Breaking stereotypes by playing indie on a metal guitar.

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#9
Oh god, I hate BoBs.

Seriously, There's always that one group who throws together a shitty cover of Teen Spirit 5 minutes before the show >.<
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#10
Quote by HeadHunter241
Oh god, I hate BoBs.

Seriously, There's always that one group who throws together a shitty cover of Teen Spirit 5 minutes before the show >.<



sounds like a sore loser
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#11
Band Showcases
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#12
Quote by Gundamnitpete
sounds like a sore loser


Oh you, ^^
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#13
If your a new-ish band, playing your first few shows, ONLY if you can play the songs GOOD.
#14
Well we might be looking at doing it soon, there's three songs we can play good, which kind of fit together, I think

Sunshine of your Love - Cream
The Ocean - Led Zeppelin
Bring it on Home - Led Zeppelin

I reckon we could do those. We don't have a singer yet, but it's hard to find someone our age (15) who likes that kind of music around here. We're trying to find out whether we can actually perform anywhere before we try and get one, just in case he's only in it for the gigs.

So we're 15, and we can play blues rock - what kind of place could we play at?
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#16
Quote by britishsligean
youth club probably, you'll have better luck when your 17-18


This ^

It's kinda hard to get gigs at 15 but hit up a few promo companies around you, maybe see if you can audition for some pub landlords or something. Some places won't mind if you can play and don't want alcohol because you're playing stuff that the usual pub clientele will enjoy.

But you're just gunna have to perceiver, look for open mic nights and jam sessions and stuff.
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