I just auditioned for a popular regional country band yesterday. Their current bass player is leaving end of the year. He is a good bassist and sings good high clean harmonies. I was given 6 songs Thursday night to learn by Saturday's audition. I already knew 2, so I concentrated on learning the other 4 and mostly mentally rehearsing vocal harmonies. The audition- I'd say I was 95% on top of playing the material. I gave a spot on vocal harmony to the one song I sing lead on with my current band. The rest of the songs I just hit parts I felt I could comfortably hit the harmony while playing a new tune. Maybe 5-10% of the time I did harmonies on the other tunes. One particular change to a bridge I missed because I was trying to hit a falsetto harmony to mimic the female part. I explained it afterward cause I saw the drummer flinch when I missed the change. Darn slow songs!! Anyway, my question is that If you were the band leader looking for bass/vocals, how would you feel about the above described performance? Yes, I'm sweating it. Lots of guys are auditioning for this position and I knew my vocals were what could probably put me at the top of the list.