Dating a jazz musician(a=f);var b=i(a);if(CSS&&! .action_button.action_button:active.action_button:hover.action_button:focus,.action_button:hover.action_button:focus .count,.action_button:hover .count.action_button:focus .count:before,.action_button:hover .count:bullet. It is important that you do not act like a dick about this and that you are extra-awesome to me after shows. I'm super-loyal and eerily dependable, but if I need to rehearse or record or do a photo session in an abandoned saloon somewhere, that's going to be more important than watching and honestly I'm not sure I ever will.
Sadly, the groupies are trying to weasel their way into the VIP at Gansevoort to get a glimpse at Trey Songz, not come to your show at some hole in the wall joint.I’m helping a few friends through the jungles of online dating and thought that maybe I should pass my dating knowledge onto the world. I’ve made a few, but then again, too few to mention!Well, actually I’m going to list them for y’all to save some heartache, some money, and a crap ton of time. Of the 4 that I’m not currently dating, three are married and one has a child.But enough of all this groupie talk – Let me further explain why dating as a musician is so hard.I’ll be the first to admit that guys in general don’t approach women respectfully anymore. During my subway commutes, in elevators, coffee shops, while ordering lunch, at music shows, etc. I spoke about this very issue with NYC-based Matchmaker & Dating/Relationship Expert, “The problem with dating in NYC is that with the rise of mobile dating apps, singles have more options than ever.