So what are your post-Covid music plans? Are you going to try to get back to where you were or are you going to try something different? I am in an old-man Classic Rock & Blues cover band. I am the bassist and lead singer. We have been plodding along for 10+ years. I am in my mid-50's and been playing for 30+ years. I am the "baby" in this group and they really don't like to gig too often and even getting us all together weekly to practice had been difficult pre-Covid. We have done two outdoor practices since Covid hit. Our practices have always consisted of going through our extensive set list. They are older and take a lot of breaks and don't have the energy to play late. Nor do they have much desire to learn new stuff and completely opposed to originals. I like to feel like I got a workout after a practice or gig. I don't like long breaks and like to play. They are all good old friends, but I think post-Covid will bring new things. (1) I will continue with old friends - heck it is not like there is much time commitment. (2) I will likely find/found something new with younger (or at least similarly minded) people. In my early days I always found bands where I was the weakest link and that helped me learn and grow. In my current situation, I'd say I have the most talent and don't really learn anything from my mates. Time for something new and different. I cannot wait!