There are technically only two grammatical tenses in English: the past and the present.Verbs in their basic form inherently describe the present time, and they can be conjugated into a unique form that describes the past.The advice I would give is simple: Remember that the music IS the journey and the reward. This business is brutal in order to weed out those who are not in it for life.""It's very hard to have it all - a successful career as a musician, a healthy, happy relationship with a partner and children in a stable home.My advice would be - don't try to do everything at once. She said there are a lot of drugs and alcohol close at hand most of the time in the life of a musician.Don't try to be something you're not, as a musician, as a person, as an image. Its healthier all round."I have no idea about "the industry" I do think that if you wanna start a band or make an album you should just do without judging yourself too harshly. Don't let anyone tell you what you have to look like or sound like to be successful. don't wait for big record companies, booking agencies or whatever. As a woman you have to be careful not to get caught up in the issue and just make sure to get on with it. People will more than likely express surprise that self produce my music and self manage my career when they probably wouldn't say that if I was a guy."I can't remember any advice right now that I was given.Just work hard at making the best out of what you've got. And sticking together as ladies and supporting each other, instead of comparing and bringing another girl down. ""I have been lucky to work with and meet many great people in the industry who have given me some invaluable advice. In otherwords, play where people invite you and want you. 4) Don't ever give up 5) Don't pay no mind to no haters""no, i never had big plans and was surprised when i found out that (some) people even liked it. nowadays it's so easy to put out your stuff and book shows for yourself. My advice to anyone is to follow your nose and work really really really hard on every aspect of what you do. You will need to do all of the ground work your self if you want to be prepared for 'take-off'."Get a job.so ""get a job"" and ""don't trust anyone"" is my advice, along with grow a thick skin...you're under the spot light and people have their opinions.On the same note...having a job helps with a bank account to pay medical expenses. Fortunately I have a full time job with great insurance, even though the co-pays are kicking my butt at this time, I have no idea what I would have done with out the insurance.
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Social media is also more and more becoming the most important platform to connect with your listeners. My advice to a woman musician starting out would be to do the best with what you've got. Not everyone will like it and there will always be people who will say negative things and that's okay. As for advice to women, as cheesy as this sounds, you have to be yourself. My advice to other women would be, to go for it, try everything and anything, practice, and find a way to allow what's inside you to come out through this art."Yes in many ways.
Instead know who you are, what you are about and stay steady. Truthfully, if you don't follow your own instincts and your own integrity you may find yourself successfully miserable. From that advice it really positioned me to belive that I am capable of anything.
We can then use auxiliary verbs and verb participles to create different aspects of the past and present tenses, which describe if an action is or was continuous, or if it began at an earlier point in the past.
"82% of the people that use social media daily are women.. Connect with your fellow female musicians and help support each other. This life is such a rollercoaster that I almost daily remind myself of this! Only you know what you are trying to achieve from your music."Someone said once to not care about how people react to your music or what they write. I've taken that and really applied it this new part of my life..