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« Reply #25 on: March 19, 2020, 07:13:56 PM »

I would rather pay a subscription to have Brian do this monthly or heck, even weekly, rather than continue to schlep out on the road. Sure it was rough around the edges, but it was beautiful in ways that don't need describing. It was so uplifting to hear him playing.


Me too. Maybe like once or twice a month do some like this. Just Brian and his piano
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« Reply #26 on: March 19, 2020, 07:25:53 PM »

I would rather pay a subscription to have Brian do this monthly or heck, even weekly, rather than continue to schlep out on the road. Sure it was rough around the edges, but it was beautiful in ways that don't need describing. It was so uplifting to hear him playing.
Same!!!!
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« Reply #27 on: March 19, 2020, 08:52:33 PM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
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« Reply #28 on: March 19, 2020, 09:03:54 PM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
Some artists are doing similar stuff (ex. An artist i like called Clairo is going to make an art performance with another musician this Sunday).
She also gave a mini performance yesterday on Instagram and some bands are preparing and creating some live shows on their social networks
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« Reply #29 on: March 19, 2020, 09:04:36 PM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
But yeah, your idea is cool and i really dig that cool name too!
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« Reply #30 on: March 19, 2020, 10:44:00 PM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
Some artists are doing similar stuff (ex. An artist i like called Clairo is going to make an art performance with another musician this Sunday).
She also gave a mini performance yesterday on Instagram and some bands are preparing and creating some live shows on their social networks


Iím a big fan of Clairo too ...great taste!
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« Reply #31 on: March 20, 2020, 01:50:01 AM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
Some artists are doing similar stuff (ex. An artist i like called Clairo is going to make an art performance with another musician this Sunday).
She also gave a mini performance yesterday on Instagram and some bands are preparing and creating some live shows on their social networks


Iím a big fan of Clairo too ...great taste!
Sweeeet!!! She's a fan of The Beach Boys (specially of Smiley Smile) and of Daniel Johnston, I really love her style, her lyrics, well, I love everything about her, she's cool and she was my inspiration in starting to release my old and new tunes
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« Reply #32 on: March 22, 2020, 02:19:05 AM »

Really enjoyed this. Rough around the edges, yes, but I'm 100% fine with that. It's good to see him play and hear him sing. He really seems to love Do It Again.
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« Reply #33 on: March 22, 2020, 11:55:23 AM »

Brianís lost a LOT of weight, and is not in his wheelchair.  3D

Never noticed this before, but he uses a lot of finger substitution in the left hand for Love and Mercy. In other words, heíll put one finger on a note and switch to another finger before he releases the note, in order to make the downward scales easier and more comfortable to play. Thatís a fairly advanced piano-playing technique.
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« Reply #34 on: March 22, 2020, 01:00:11 PM »

Iím going to patent a new idea. Mini gigs from home by artists who canít get out and perform.

ĎThe Corona Concert Seriesí

Seriously though, most artist started out small as in garage bands, school groups etc. The Ďbusinessí made the shows bigger than Ben Hur. Whatís better than them getting back to basics?
Some artists are doing similar stuff (ex. An artist i like called Clairo is going to make an art performance with another musician this Sunday).
She also gave a mini performance yesterday on Instagram and some bands are preparing and creating some live shows on their social networks


Iím a big fan of Clairo too ...great taste!
Sweeeet!!! She's a fan of The Beach Boys (specially of Smiley Smile) and of Daniel Johnston, I really love her style, her lyrics, well, I love everything about her, she's cool and she was my inspiration in starting to release my old and new tunes

Awesome! I recently discovered her music a few months ago.
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« Reply #35 on: March 22, 2020, 03:12:09 PM »

Brianís lost a LOT of weight, and is not in his wheelchair.  3D

Never noticed this before, but he uses a lot of finger substitution in the left hand for Love and Mercy. In other words, heíll put one finger on a note and switch to another finger before he releases the note, in order to make the downward scales easier and more comfortable to play. Thatís a fairly advanced piano-playing technique.

Really? I do that myself, but since I'm a rudimentary piano player at best, I've always assumed that's a rooky thing to do! Good to know I'm more "pro" than I imagined!
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« Reply #36 on: March 22, 2020, 04:06:19 PM »

Brianís lost a LOT of weight, and is not in his wheelchair.  3D

Never noticed this before, but he uses a lot of finger substitution in the left hand for Love and Mercy. In other words, heíll put one finger on a note and switch to another finger before he releases the note, in order to make the downward scales easier and more comfortable to play. Thatís a fairly advanced piano-playing technique.

Really? I do that myself, but since I'm a rudimentary piano player at best, I've always assumed that's a rooky thing to do! Good to know I'm more "pro" than I imagined!
Brian may have acquired that technique from playing the organ. Those are typical fingerings.
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« Reply #37 on: March 23, 2020, 03:32:41 PM »

Really liked Brian's message at the beginning. Even if it was read off a script.
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