Last night we had our first gig with the new drummer. The guy is a great drummer but not totally familiar yet with our material. Also, I believe he has some hearing problems that are affecting his timing, but that's a topic for another thread. We made some mistakes, but they were minor ones. The kind of stuff that the typical audience member wouldn't notice. We received many compliments throughout the night and the owner of the bar asked us to come back. No surprise as we brought in at least 30 new customers who ate and drank at his establishment. However, one of the band members made comments to the crowd and the owner pointing out our mistakes. He even posted something of Facebook this morning about how "we are not were we want to be musically" while referring to last night's show. IMO this is not cool! He is giving us negative PR by magnifying our little mistakes. I'm sure many bands make mistakes during live shows. Like I said, most audience members don't even notice them unless someone points them out! Who else has had this issue and what is the best way to deal with it?