I just watched a video of my band playing recently. I have absolutely no stage presence. Obviously, I know what to do with my hands but I don't know what to do with the rest of me. My eyes were wandering all around, I kept looking up in the rafters (there was nothing in the rafters). I thought I was providing some motion on stage but all I was doing was turning my head to look at the other guys. So I have figured out a few things. My gaze should always be at audience level. Whether I'm looking at them or not it should look like I am. If i see someone in the audience swaying to the music I guess I should make eye contact and sway in synch with them. I would like to smile more but with my mustache, no one can tell if I'm smiling anyway. Big grins look phoney, creepy or both. If I want to interact with other band members, looking their way is not enough. I probably need to turn my whole body towards the drummer (for example) and maybe take a few steps in his direction and move with his beat. All of us in the band have things we need to work on but I'm the one who looks most like he's there serving community service. I've seen bands where the members jump straight up and do down to get some movement but this is a blues band so that won't work. I did a search on various phrases but didn't come up with many things I could use. I assume people expect to SEE and HEAR something if they're coming for live music. By definition, live performance is more than just the music. I think music without something worth seeing is called Radio. Does any one out their have any suggestions for being more visual on stage? Thanks for your help.