1. The feeling of performing in front of an audience and the energy that comes with it.
2. Having a dedicated and passionate group of people to bounce ideas off of can help create unique sounds and new musical directions.
3. It’s a great way to meet other musicians and potentially collaborate with them.
4. Live music is often more entertaining than pre-recorded material and can help draw in larger crowds.
1. Playing live requires an immense amount of practice, organization and commitment from all members of the group.
2. High costs for instruments, equipment and booking venues.
3. It can be hard to find a consistent schedule that works for everyone in the band.
4. There is an inherent risk of technical problems when playing live that can potentially ruin the performance.
5. Playing original material may be met with difficulty as many audiences prefer cover songs or popular music that is familiar to them.
6. There will be times when you don’t get the response from the audience that you were hoping for.
7. Getting paid can also be difficult if you’re just starting out, as venues may pay low or not at all.
8. The competition in the live music industry can be fierce, and it takes a lot of hard work to stand out from other bands.