Alright, this is a big question to ask a group of people I don't really know, but here goes. Should music be my career? I'm currently an Art Major at Edinboro University of Pennslyvania... but I'm strongly considering a music major. I've always dreamed of being an education musician, but I haven't had the severe determination to sit down and say, "OK... I'm going to learn this." I know a good point this brings up... If I won't do it on my own time, why would I do it as a major. Simple, I'm one of those people if forced to do something... I'll do it. I would love to be able to be one of you who can sit here and chit chat theroy lingo all day long. But alas, I'm currently a, "uhhh, I put my finger on the 7th fret and it made a good noise" kinda guy. (Well not that bad, but whatev). So my fine feathered friends, you may be thinking, wow this kid sounds like he really loves music, and if your thinking this, it is very true. So it is known, I can't think of any genre of music that I can't find something a little bit cool about. But now your thinking, "The whole point of college is to work to get a job you'd love, so why isn't he doing." The JOB part scares me... and this is where you come into play. Some Music JOBS that I can think of are... Rock Star Studio Musician Producer (Studio work/etc) Jingle writer But that's all I can really think of. Help me out guys, I'm strongly considering a music major, keeping my photo minor though. Any input is greatly appreciated.