Quotes on dating a musician

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Barry: Maybe a little picture of me in the liner notes. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music? I mean, I was thinking that they're just fantasies. And they always seem really great because there's never any problems. I guess it made more sense to commit to nothing, keep my options open. ] Rob: The making of a great compilation tape, like breaking up, is hard to do and takes ages longer than it might seem.

Before I even get into it, let me properly preface this with some important context. To every non-musician reading this, you’re just an outsider looking in. Here are some of the most common false truths about musicians when it comes to dating, especially for up-and-coming musicians: • Musicians/Artists get TONS of gorgeous women falling for them. Now I’ll be honest, I have my fair share of female supporters, but nothing comes close to an official ‘groupie’.

The way to make coaches think you're in shape in the spring is to get a tan. Running a ball club is like raising kids who fall out of trees.

I didn't mean to hit the umpire with the dirt, but I did mean to hit that bastard in the stands. If you get three strikes, even the best lawyer in the world can't get you off.

You feel like the unappreciated scholars, so you shit onto people who know lesser than you.

I want to see Penny and Charlie and Sarah, all of them.

I’ll be writing this article based on my personal experience as a single male musician.

I’m also based in New York City, which makes dating even harder.

• Musicians/Artists regularly get groupies after all their shows. And to every dude dreaming of becoming a rock star just for the chicks, I may have just shattered your hopes and dreams.

Sorry (but not sorry), the truth is you’ll never make it on that motivation alone.

Monteverdi was obviously a precocious pupil, since he published several books of religious and secular music in his teens, all of them containing competent pieces in a manner not far from that of his master.

The culmination of this early period occurred in two madrigal books published by one of the most famous of Venetian printers in 15.

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