Dating a guy in a band
I’m helping a few friends through the jungles of online dating and thought that maybe I should pass my dating knowledge onto the world. I’ve made a few, but then again, too few to mention!
Well, actually I’m going to list them for y’all to save some heartache, some money, and a crap ton of time. Of the 4 that I’m not currently dating, three are married and one has a child.
It all seems so exciting, but believe me it gets old fast.
A musician will do the same thing over and over each night and you have to BE there!
So not only do you have to go to a million shows you have to go to a million “eh” shows. It’s super romantic to think that Jon Bon Jovi married his highschool girlfriend, but ladies do remember that he freaking left her for Diane Lane.
Even the ugliest asshole on the planet, wielding his/her musical weapon of choice in front of a crowd, can garner the underwear-throwing attention of an audience.
I talk to two of them regularly, and consider one of the two among my very best friends. It’s a time commitment I’m sure you’ve gone to see your friends’ bands play and they’re a pretty good break every month or so.
The third I speak to on occasion on Facebook and the last has disappeared and can only be tracked via imdb. Everybody mingles, you learn the words sort of and you have a great time.
my second baby.” Oh dear sweet lord erase that memory from my brain!
Dating someone who is talented and artsy is a totally reasonable thing to want to do.
He does not need to branch out and gain more recognition and individual praise from the music community.