I don't normally venture into the DB world but these definitions seemed more appropriate here, hope you like them....
BANDSTAND: The area furthest away from an electrical outlet.
BIG BAND: Nowadays, an aggregation consisting of two musicians.
BROADWAY PIT JOB: A prison sentence disguised as a gig.
CABARET: A venue where singers do songs from shows that closed out of town.
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME: God's way of telling you that you've practiced too much.
CATERER: A man whose hatred for musicians is unrivaled.
CLASSICAL COMPOSER: A man ahead of his time and behind in the rent.
CLUBDATER: God's way of telling you that you didn't practice enough.
CRUISE SHIP WORK: A gig that gives a musician two reasons to throw up.
DJ: The guy your son would rather have play for his Bar Mitzvah.
DOUBLE BASS: The instrument the folks footing the bill feel is unnecessary.
DOWNBEAT: The magazine that would have you believe that all jazz musicians are working.
ELECTRIC PIANO: The instrument that enables its player to pay for the hernia he sustained lifting it.
HOTEL PIANIST: A guy who looks good in a tux.
JAZZ: The only true American art form beloved by Europeans.
JAZZ FESTIVAL: An event attended by folks who think Coltrane is a car on the B&O railroad.
LYRIC: That part of a tune known only by singers and homosexuals.
MELLOPHONE: An instrument best put to use when converted into a lamp.
MOVIE COMPOSER: Someone who can write like anyone except himself.
NEW AGE: A musical substitute for Valium.
NEW YEAR'S EVE: The night of the year when contractors are forced to hire musicians they despise.
ORCHESTRATOR: The musician who enhances a composer's music, only to be chastised for it.
PERCUSSIONIST: A drummer who can't swing.
PERFECT PITCH: The ability to pinpoint any note and still play out of tune.
PIANIST: An archaic term for a keyboard player.
PRODIGY: A kid who has as much chance at a normal childhood as the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series.
RAGA: The official music of New York's Taxi and Limousine Commission.
RARE VIOLIN: A Stradivarius, not to be confused with a rare violinist, which is someone over four foot eleven.
SIDEMAN: The appellation that guarantees a musician will never be rich.
STAFF MUSICIAN: Harder to locate than a cavity in the Osmond family.
STEADY ENGAGEMENT: Look up in Webster's Dictionary under the word ''obsolete.''
UNION REP: A guy who thinks big bands are coming back.
VERSE: The part of a tune that's disposable, except to its composer.
WURLITZER: The Ford Pinto of pianos.
YANNI: A man blessed with great hair for music.
F Bass Club #93