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Discussion in 'Band Management [BG]' started by punkbassistfc, Feb 18, 2008.
No discussion necessary. Yay
Of course the whole sex scene has changed and one whoops can mean a sad life with death.
We were way dumb and were not to worried about STD's.
deffinatly a yay
although i have a girlfriend so it means all i can do is window shop i'm not allowed to enter the store
its still nice to have a load of sexy ladies tell you how great you are after a gig though
my band is all about that.
I wouldn't touch most of them with a ten foot cattle prod... I'd be too afraid the syphilis or something would creep up the pole.
Spectacular to look at though.
I'm 48. Any gig where I get flirted at is a great gig!
P.S. I'm married, so all I ever do is flirt back. I ain't gonna ruin my life over one night of fun. Those of you who are single (or married and adventurous)... knock yourselves out.
While young and/or single - yay.
Older/married - nay, but nice to look at.
I still have fond memories of the young woman who was a caterer, and used to follow a reggae band I was in and would set up a great food buffet for the band in the parking lot after every show.
Nice way to say "I love the music, thank you".
Made load-out a whole lot nicer.
I still get attention from men (and sometimes women), at 45. Its nice, and some mild flirting is, well, polite. But that's where it stops. I never do anything that if my husband did it, I'd be mad at him for it.
I bet if you took a poll, groupies is probably near the top as to why we started playing in the first place. I love music, I love playing, but I love the women. Going all the way back to when I was 15, being in a band ment meeting and hooking up with a lot of women!! (well girls when I was 15, but you know what I mean).
At this point in my career, I'd trade 3 good groupies for 1 good roadie. (Then I'd go hit on txbasschik...)
I married my groupie 23 years ago. She hasn't killed me yet.
Got into music for the music, discovered girls , had fun, wasted alot of time, made some stupid choices , survived it, would do things a whole lot different if I had another crack at it. I do not discourage them, I do not encourage them. I sincerely thank them for their appreciation of my music and politely move on.
+1,000 on the roadie!!!
Back in the day - Yay
Today - Nay
Happily married to very supportive wife for 29 years.
i'm 18 and single and groupies are already wearing out their welcome. i only had a year of heavy debauchery and i can't even understand how anyone survived the 80s lol. groupies can be fun from time to time but, often i find it better not going home with anyone now.
My wife of 19 years is the only and best groupie I want or need. It's amusing to watch the mating rituals of others, though
YAY, even though I'm in a very happy relationship. Bands that attract girls usually have more success attracting larger audiences (due to guys wanting to hit on said girls) than bands whose performance look like a sausage convention.
Its that old "too much of a good thing". The whole groupie/debauch thing can get old after a while. Hey, you had it, enjoyed it, and now, you can say BTDT and be choosy now.
Survived the 80's...and got away cheap, too! LOL!
Aren't groupies just fans that stalk you?