I'm in a debate with our lead singer on how to get more club gigs. His approach: call and call and call and call and call and call. Since I am currently "in charge" (not my choice), I am under pressure unless I call and call and call and call and call. My approach: take a flyer and a demo by, follow through in a couple of weeks by stopping by, saying hello, and offering to do a free night and if they like us, book us twice at regular pay. I also offer to fill in if another band cancels. In the meantime, I am pushing regular practices so that we improve. This is where we disagree. I think the band will sell itself if we're good. He thinks bar owners don't really pay attention and don't think about whether the band is good. So, call and call and call and call until your timing is right. I find the local club scene to be very competitive. Some clubs are booked through the end of the year. We are in the rotation starting in several months, but I think we have to be content with that. Any thoughts?