Phish cites their new “No Analysis” rule as a foundational reason they’re still playing together. Paul and Dave take a look at this and discuss whether or not this might work in your band (or theirs!).
But first, Dave’s just finished two weeks of Bitter Pill, and he debriefs the experience thus far with Paul, going into some uncharted waters and discussing how important it is to push outside your comfort zone, even if only just a bit.
Paul and his band, The Houserockers, are considering some new songs so he and Dave talk a bit about what it takes to turn a new song into a hit for your band.
All this and more in this week’s GigGab!
00:00:00 GigGab 87 – October 24, 2016
00:04:30 Being on stage with naked people
00:07:12 Wearing makeup when you play
00:11:06 The Houserockers T-Shirt Saves Dave’s Day
00:12:48 Artists are Vessels for Truth
00:14:30 The Hi-Hat Breaks!
00:16:22 Drummer (equipment) issues
00:18:36 Don’t Lose Your Ears
00:22:19 Using a Click on Stage
00:25:27 Adding More Hits To Your Setlist
00:33:29 Analyzing the “No Analysis” Rule
00:43:21 Next week: Roberto Hernandez