Poblogamy at OneWorkingMusician

n1054712780_280980_9226Since starting Lubricity, I have had the pleasure of reading and interacting with a number of other jazz musicians and enthusiasts.  Among the first was Seattle-based trumpet player/entrepreneur Jason Parker (left), whose blog OneWorkingMusician sheds a light on the nuts and bolts of being a professional musician in the 21st century.

Jason just got married this month, so he asked a number of fellow bloggers to contribute to his site during his absence.  I was honored to be asked — after all, I’m keeping pretty good company.  Other guest-posters include Cory Huff, Andrew Durkin, David J. Hahn and Art Brown.

My post just went live — in it, I offer advice to young musicians looking to start their careers in a new city.  Enjoy!

About arodjazz

Writer, trombonist, and PhD Candidate in Ethnomusicology exploring the complexity of today's jazz world
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