posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 06:10 PM
reply to post by SmoKeyHaZe
Yes it is! My mate who is a top blues guitarist went alone from Florida to California busking his way across the states, He ended up in a Quinton
Tarrantino premier and in a recording studio with The Transplants, but this was mainly from his womenising skills rather than his musical talent!
Never the less it made me fancy it. I was more thinking of touring the UK and Europe though in my band atm, it's hard to convince a band of guys to
up n leave for a few months though in this climate where money is tight.
There seems to be a fair few positions I have experience in, just have no idea how easy it is to get accepted, some say it's easy, but I'm doubtful.
So far every job I've applied for is all inclusive and the pay is not too bad, plus they give you at least 4 weeks holiday in 6 months which is what
I get a year atm, Seems like the most lucrative roles are things like cocktail bartenders as the tips must be pretty big (I'm a mean cocktail barmen
as well!) or something commission based in retail. A musician on a cruise ship would be fun, but I don't wana be in the rock n' roll mindset on a
It's weird, since that accident I've thought of it a lot. I think the prospect of gentlemenly going down with a ship playing my instrument to my
death is just too fantastic an image to pass up. Obviously though rather than brass my instrument would be an electric guitar and the song I would be
blaring to my death would be 'Kickstart My Heart' by Motley Crue and I think in that brief moment of the perfect death would be worth it all!