As per the advice of my teachers, I'm starting work on my resume now, as I will be graduating from college in the near future. (Well... one more year.) When going through the list of my previous employment, I wondered if I had reached the status of "professional musician". I honestly don't know what might be the qualifications for that. Here's what I've got- I've done some freelance work that was given to me through referrals, and I've gotten paid for doing it. I've been in several cover bands and bands with original material, and gotten paid in those bands, too. I'm currently in a band that a pretty regular gigging schedule, and we are starting to get paid as well. (We haven't been around very long.) If someone asked for recordings of my playing, I could supply them with several. (I'm also working on the premise that the presence of income is one of the determining factors here.) On the other hand, I've never earned enough that I could feasibly sustain myself on my musical income. I've never been a "full-time" musician. I've never been signed, or had an agent, or any kind of representation. I'm not trying to inflate my own sense of self-satisfaction here, I'm just curious as to what people have put on their resumes in terms of being a musician. Do you think what I have so far would merit me putting that on a resume? Is "Semi-pro Musician" even something one would put on a resume? Does anyone else here have it on their resume? Thanks in advance.