Over the last few months, I’ve started playing out again. It’s always been one of my favorite things to do. Just this past Friday, I played with a good bunch of musicians and we rocked the house. We had a great crowd. And the band was really tight. But even though the music was good, I felt out of place... almost like I was outside of myself watching the whole thing. Putting it plainly, I wasn’t having fun. That’s how it’s consistently been the last few months of playing/practicing. I didn’t notice it at first. But now I’m seeing the trend. My wife even noted that after every time I’ve played recently, when she asked me how it went, I unenthusiastically said something like “It was alright. Music was good. I’m glad to be home.” It’s weird. This has never happened to me. I’m always amped to play whatever and whenever. Even through the pandemic, I played every week at my church, and had fun doing it. In my estimation, I'm playing the best I ever have. If I hear it in my head, I can usually make it come out of my fingers. That's a great place to be. And that's what makes it all-the-more frustrating. I’m just not enjoying it anymore. Granted, I’m not looking to quit altogether. But I think I need a serious break from music. Anyone else ever experience this?