Eight questions to ask yourself before you book a band
By Paul Hurst
Published by Paul Hurst
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Published: Aug. 14, 2011
Words: 4,368 (approximate)
Do you want to book a band, but don't know how to get the best group or what questions to ask? 'Poachers make the best gamekeepers'! Use this chance to draw on the experience of a performer active since the late 1970's. Going public with this information has not exactly made him 'Mr. Popular' with some other musicians, but it can help you to weed out the 'cowboys' and bands to avoid at all costs.
Don't trust your wedding, party or corporate event to chance, find out what you need to know before booking a band.
The author has been playing traditional music since the late 1970's, later becoming a band leader and an agent. Ever wondered why not all bands cost the same? Here's a chance to find out why.
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