Hey Danny, I think what you you did with Jeff Pinkus was bad ass!....and the Bad Livers are one of my favorite bands!
Are you going to be anything in Dallas anytime soon!
man i don't know, i think we're looking at something, but i'm not sure. but i get up there every now and then. thank you for listening. yeah jeff is a great musician and friend.
Hey man, i saw yer doodle about masters/craftsmen/dabblers and it got me thinking. Would love yer take on two things. First being, do you think it takes more than just practice to become a master? Im not asking the 'born with it' question so much as the "lived it" question. Uh, kinda uh, maybe a good example would be john hurt. Theres a master in my mind, but the dude lived his life and maybe came out richer for not being in the spotlight. Musically richer. Hope that kinda makes sense what im tryna get at. Something about an ivory tower. Anyway 2) at the craftsman level, i think a lot of folks on the path know what they can do and know what they strive for and also kniw the distance between. How might you reccomend a middling player to have confidence in what they do while they strive for something better?
Hope this made sense, and i know, the answer is peactice. Listening, playing, writing, repeat. Some insight would be cool though
how many shows is grant gordy playing with youDanny Barnes responded on 11/03/2018