I think part of the problem is that they think you will have the 'groupies' hanging all over you or women throwing themselves at you and you not able to resist..is a trust issue for sure. So much talent...sighhhhh: Dwhaddaya call a bass player without a girlfriend? the drummer's drooling out of both sides of his .offence, but i've worked with quite a few bands in the past..should they choose, they pick up quite a bit. A lot of women don't want to get involved because of the time we invest in our passion/addiction.
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Musican here and I have never had any problems dating woman.
Ususally the woman who complain are unable to handle this type of situation or have been turned down before.
When I asked why, she said, "I just couldn't deal with it"... I was usually to timid to sit with someone during the breaks and if you'll look around the next time you see a live band in a bar, see if the band members don't (for the most part) kind of congregate with their own little group rather than mingle with the rest of the customers. Because people come in stressed, sometimes grumpy, have a couple - three drinks, loosen up, dance a little, start smiling, and have a good time. I play for the smiling, appreciation, watching people dancing and having a good time. I have been in the scene for a while so when we do play out it’s more like going to a party with friends!!!
You would think being talented at something would be a turn on... I typically don’t party when the bar closes because I do have a day job that pays the bills, so I am always up by in the morning….
While I am doing the music, I don't know that I can have a relationship. For many of us, it is a passion that burns as brightly as the type of passion you have for person/lover. But you usually play in bars where people drink and get amorous and hey, you are "in the band". a committed musician at times does not have a lot of free time. when the musicians away..........of my musician friends are happily married....biggest complaint from the spouse is all the time on the road, but if the trust is there profession shouldn't matter.....dating a musicain..problem....
While everything rockandroller said is 100% correct, many women still have thoughts of a non-stop Behind the Music Episode going in their heads. we do play out, and the strongest thing any of us puts in our system is coffee. But its also a 2 way street on sacrifice, as if the musician really cares about who hes (or shes) with, and that person is willing to accept it, then things can work out. The girls get jealous of the guys in the band, they are getting more of your attention than the girl is.You can't take her out on Friday or Saturday night because you have a gig to play. Silly concept, I know, but we all know how much attention some girls need. Keep rockin'I dated a musician before, he is now actually well known here in Canada.I had to call it off because he travelled all over Canada alot and I didn't have enough trust built up for that. We still remain friends though and I am happy for his success.I can understand that a relationship/dating wouldn't work if you were playing out all the time or on the road...Speaking to Austine Woode on Abusua Entertainment, the relatively unknown singer indicated that dating one man is very risky because the man might break the woman’s heart by jilting her after heavily investing in the relationship. I’m saying this because you can’t have it all, one of the men would be interested in your business, one would be concerned about the food you eat on daily basis thereby supply your needs, the other will be interested in the shoes, make ups, clothing you wear, the list goes on.