Category Archives: Touring
Airlines cater heavily to business customers, and I remind them that we musicians are business customers, too. I always try to be friendly and polite, especially if I am carrying a guitar, so that airline workers will like accommodating musicians.
10 Tour Prep Ideas That ALL Musicians Should Be Taking Advantage Of By Jon Ostrow of Mic Control As album sales continue their downward spiral, many musicians are turning to live performance and touring as a more consistent and frankly …
You wake up. You slept in the shape of a broken accordion. You drank too much and you smoked too much last night so your skin, mucosa and sclera are dehydrated. As the early morning sun hits your eyes and your pupils dilate, you realize you have a 10-megaton headache and the pressure inside your head is making your chronic tinnitus flare up again.
Nowadays, things aren’t so simple when you’re traveling with a guitar. The dynamics — and the expenses — of airplane travel have changed so much that keeping your guitar safe, nearby, and in one piece has become a lot more difficult than it should be.