… my computer is back home again. Seems that there was a defect on my hard disk. I have a new one now – and all files are ok *yay*!!!! After I tested all programs I can say everything is ok now – nothing to re-install – and I can go on working in a normally way.
As I promised in my last post here some other information:
I’m now working in a project with young musicians. The project is to educate young bands in playing arranging composing and how to spread their music, find places to perform, create a nice profile (where and how) etc. After the project leaders heard a lot of music (mp3’s) and I visited a lot of young musicians we found 17 young guys playing in four band who shall be with in summer when we are touring in Northern Germany, Denmark, South Sweden and some days in Norway. They shall play 10 gigs at different venues – among others some open airs in Sweden and Denmark. My job is to coach the groups and when we are on tour to give them feedbacks and to check out how the audience likes their music – just to support them.
We will produce a CD what means that I need a close contact to the recording engineer who will produce the CD. A guy I became a friend with a lot of years ago 😉 another group in the project will make the PR so that everyone at home will be up to date about what’s happening up there on different newspapers who will sometimes bring articles on newspapers but a daily report shall be online in every case.
The following four weekends I’ll be on an education for a youth leader certificate because I need an accreditation to educate and support teenagers on the tour because no one is older that 17 years – 3 weekend for this and on the other side a first aid course too what means a fourth weekend.
BTW I’ll play some gigs with my band “Blackout” and found some other bands who need a booker. That’s a new job for me.
Lots of thing to do now….
Here a shot of one of the new talents I made when I was at “Made in Buxtehude” what is a rock festival particularly for young groups.
I hope I’ll post and comment more often in the future. Even if it does not seem like that but