So, I just made the move to Austin from Detroit on August 2nd (pulled into town that night). August 5th (or 4th?) I met up with some guys (and a gal) I found on Craigslist. I was thinking I'd see if I could get into a band after getting down here, but seeing as how it's the live music capital of the world, I figured it might be a while before I found something I liked, and much longer before we'd even start gigging. Things sorta clicked right away. And these guys had played a few shows in the past (with their old bass player), so they were ready to start playing out ASAP. We pulled about 20 or so songs together and had our first gig with the new lineup (ME!) September 6th (just over a month after our first practice). The name of our band is Exit Wonderworld... Our singer wrote all of the songs (except the Guitar Man and Last Kiss cover). Anyway, thought I'd post the link to our Youtube videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/exitwonderworld I'd like some feedback regarding a) my playing and b) my stage presence. Keep in mind, I had a cheat sheet on the floor as I still don't quite have all the chord changes memorized (have to make money by working during the daylight hours, otherwise it'd be no problem). First thing I realized is that I'm really boring on stage (even though you can't see me the whole time)... Any tips on how to "look" more enthusiastic (I'm really not a very emotional or animated person to begin with - just ask my wife - but I AM having FUN playing with these guys). We've got another gig lined up on the 26th, at a place we all are really looking forward to playing at (Cedar Street Courtyard if anyone is in the area and wants to come say Hi). Thanks! Also, if anyone's interested... I was playing through an SX P/J, GK 800RB, and Ampeg 4x8.