Greensboro, NC has lots of live music; you just have to know where to look. One thing to check out if you’re wanting to see some live music is one of the free local weeklies around town, such as Yes! Weekly or Go Triad. Both of these have a section devoted to music at bars, clubs, restaurants, and other venues in and around Greensboro. Otherwise, check out this detailed list of places to go see live bands, whether local or well known.
MJ: It starts on Oct. 21st, 2013 and goes through the 27th of this year. I think it’s $800.00 per person. It stops in St. Martin, St.Thomas, and another little island. We will do 3 shows; at sea, only at night. We’ll be doing various songs from all 8 Zeppelin albums. The travel agent knew my brother and asked him if I was in Zoso. After that, he contacted us and proposed the idea.
Working as a professional bass player been a good people person is a must, getting along with other musicians as you might end up working and travelling with a band for a long period of time, it’s always good to get along and have a great working relationship!
MJ: We don’t practice really. When we learn, or have learned, songs we do our homework, then we apply it during sound check. We work pretty fast at getting it down. Besides, what better place to play it than the stage, since that’s where we will be doing it any way?
Although the first music festival on May 2, 2009, a tribute to John Denver by Friends With You was rained out. This first of six outdoors music festivals will all feature eighties tribute act. The theme is “A Tribute to Tributes,” and the six bands will perform on their respective Saturday’s from May to October 2009.
MJ: We get to play some of the greatest and most epic music of our time. Led Zeppelin were the Mozarts of our day. And I’m not saying that just because I’m in this band.
Lastly, double check once more to see whether everything is going according to plan. Thereafter just relax and enjoy your party and watch it become the talk of the town for this season.