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Band Meet-N-Greets / Discography : Volume 2
> Flying Apron Cafe / 3510 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA
> Rendezvous Bar / 2322 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA
- Build a playlist and begin familiarizing yourself with your band's assigned performance material.
- Begin reviewing material's song structure's (verse, chorus, bridge, etc) and note any background vocal requirements.
- Consider creating a weekly practice schedule for yourself so as not to end up learning everything at once or last minute.
- Begin considering set order preferences based on selected material that you can share with your band mates.
- Begin considering band names for your group that you can share with your band mates.
- Finalize any one-off (band-organized) rehearsals prior to your band's official dress rehearsal (see below).
Band Dress Rehearsals / Discography : Volume 2
Dress Rehearsal Commitments:
- Please arrive on time. Our three hours together will go by quickly so we want to maximize our allotted rehearsal time by tackling any gear set-up and sound check needs as efficiently and quickly as possible upon arrival.
- Please come prepared. When you arrive to dress rehearsal you should intimately know (in mind and muscle) your respective playing parts and be able to readily-apply your parts into the group rehearsal setting. Your band mates are counting on you!
- Please bring a positive attitude. The one-rehearsal format can be stressful at times so please be patient and supportive with one another. Remember, you're all in this together.
- Gear requirements. We'll discuss all things gear at the meet-n-greet including bringing your own equipment into rehearsal as necessary and/or preferred.
- And most importantly - have fun with your experience!
Event Details / Discography : Volume 2
Featured Albums / Discography : Volume 2
Performance order TBA.
Please note: If you're signing up for "Guitar 1" as your primary instrument you're committing to lead and rhythm guitar parts whereas "Guitar 2" primary instrument is rhythm guitar-parts only but in general guitarists will decide collectively and collaboratively who will play what as it relates to the respective guitar parts in the songs. Overall song presentation by all musicians should follow standard instrumentation and arrangements as originally recorded on the song's studio versions, keeping everyone on the same page regarding practice time and event performances.