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Music Remembered With A New Twist - A Question for The Baby Boomers
posted at January 6, 2012 6:16 AM EST
First: January 23, 2011
Last: January 6, 2012
I'm an AARP member, in Central NY State; a musician/singer/songwriter with some original music and a wealth of songs from the 1950's and 60's. Performing before 20 year olds is not my idea of a "demographic" for the music I play. I'm lookiing for folks who will enjoy the music we remember, done with an acoustic guitar, a little bluesy, and a husky voice.
I would appreciate feedback from other members as to what you think of this sort of solo performer and if this genre appeals to you. I'm presently performing at restaurants and coffeehouses in my area, but have plated as far out of my area as Pennsylvania, Deleware, Virginia, and Florida; essentially, wherever the music is appreciated.
So, the question is: Would you attend a show of this sort?
Thanks for any and all feedback to this inquiry!