Does it matter how I dress on stage?

Does it matter how I dress on stage?

Musicians can get so caught up in the music they forget that people out for an evening came out for good music and to be entertained while spending time with their friends. This is because when they go out to listen to a band, they are still musicians and as musicians, they really listen to the music itself. Because to a musician, that is what is important, the music.

The problem is that people who come out to listen to music at a bar, restaurant, festival or concert have come out to be entertained and will also be visiting with friends and/or dancing. Of course, there is always the hard-core music fans who will really concentrate on the music itself. But most of us just want to have fun.

Keeping this in mind, you need to consider the band’s visual appearance because people want to see a show and not a group of people just standing around playing music lost in their own world of the music. There is nothing memorable about a miss matching group of people. And you want to be remembered.

Another point to keep in mind is that if you want to play another gig at the places you perform then you need to make memorable. You need to think about what visually you did to make yourself stand out. Let’s say the whole band is dress in black and during their best set they wear red glasses. The regular sitting at the bar might ask the employees when the band who wore the red glasses will be coming back. There are so many little things a person can do to present themselves more professional and stand out.

Your comments and thoughts are welcome in the comment section below.

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Collaborative Playlists March 2019

I was looking for Collaborative Playlists for Wardco Studio music and found these playlists. You can add your own music to any of these Spotify playlists. Hope they help you. Keep in mind they are collaborative playlists of today (3/9/2019) and I can’t guarantee how long they will be collaborative. You can find my current collaborative playlist on Curators Playlist Indie Blog at Current Collaborative Playlist.

Chant #68 Added to For The Love of Bands Playlist

Chant #68 Added to For The Love of Bands Playlist

Chant #68 on New Music May 2019//For The Love of Bands//Fresh Finds//Indie Radar

Discover new music on Spotify. The best new Rock, Indie, Folk, Punk, Singer-Songwriter, Pop, Alternative, Grunge, Ska, Reggae and everything in between. No Hip Hop, Rap or House. Playlist updated daily with fresh emerging & independent finds plus some established artists we think are awesome. Tracks on this playlist have been released less than 3 months ago so you’re sure to discover something new every day and introduce new finds to your friends!


American Roots Remade Playlist Cover vs Remake

American Roots Remade Playlist Cover vs Remake

What’s the difference in a cover song and a roots remake?

  • A roots remake is when the artists add their own twist or created a new song from to the original.
  • A cover song is when the artist or band perform the original a song written by another band in an attempt to emulate them.


Some American Roots Remade are:

Ain’t Nobody’s Business was originally a 1920’s blues song that became one of the first blues standards. It was published in 1922 by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins. Our Roots Remade is by Ellusion. Released 2018

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough is an R&B/soul song written by Nickolas Ashford & Valerie Simpson in 1966 for the Tamla label, a division of Motown. Our Roots Remade is by Dionne Bromfield. Released 2009

“The House of the Rising Sun” is a traditional folk song, sometimes called “Rising Sun Blues”. It tells of a life gone wrong in New Orleans and had a long history of being remade. Our Roots Remade is by Ellusion. Released 2018

“Hoochie Coochie Man” (originally titled “I’m Your Hoochie Cooche Man”)[b] is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Muddy Waters in 1954. Our Roots Remade is by Eric Clapton. Released 2003.

Your suggestions are welcome! Please use our submit music to American Roots Remade Follow and Submit form.

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New Music Alert: Connie Wilson & Featured Playlist #1 workout gym

New Music Alert: Connie Wilson & Featured Playlist #1 workout gym

Connie Wilson is an American recording artist born in Canton, Ohio and raised in Chicago, Illinos. Her style of singing is that of a jazz vocalist.

She has been singing in church choirs since the age of 5, with help from her mother, Helen Wilson and her father, Cornelius Wilson. Her father was a Minister on the south side of Chicago.

Most of her adult life she has been a performer. She has performed in various concerts and Orchestra halls throughout the United States.

A mother of two adult children, she has spent most of her adult time with her family and helping children of need.

As a recording artist Connie seeks to bring love and joy through her music. Her music will captivate your heart and soul.

Listen to “At Last” on Smooth & Laid-Back Indie Rock playlist.

Featured Playlist “Your #1 workout gym Playlist”.

Your #1 workout gym Playlist

Your #1 workout gym If you can move to it, it’s on here, this is the best Workout playlist for your workout, gym motivation, gym, Hip Hop House, Indie, Dance hall, reggae good for any mood hit shuffle to make your problems go away,

Currently Working on Instrumental Playlist

Currently Working on Instrumental Playlist

Just a quick note to let people know I’m working on an Instrumental Spotify playlist. I will be taking rock, jazz, roots, blues and folk on this playlist. I will update my Twitter, Facebook Group and this blog when the playlist is ready to accept songs.

Other news:  I’m also working on accepting guest or members blog post with your own Indie Music news and events.

Any feature suggestion for the website are welcome in the comment section