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News: When It's Time to Stop Playing Covers and Go Original
Posted on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 @ 16:48:05 UTC
Topic: Live Performance

I'd venture to say that almost all bands start by playing cover songs. After all, what better way to get your chops together than by emulating something already tried and true - i.e. a hit song. The problem comes when a band or artist begins to get popular from playing cover songs, yet has aspirations of one day playing their own music. Unless you're extremely clever right out of the box, chances are that your self-composed material doesn't get the crowds going the way the cover material does. This means that as soon as you begin to play one of your own, that hot enthusiastic crowd suddenly goes ice cold, making you feel like your song just isnít cutting it. Complete Article





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