To all the touring managers, musical directors, and other industry pros who are in charge of hiring or finding musicians in various cities at the last minute, as well as serious players who are looking for other serious players for a project: Let's say you're in Seattle for a show that night and someone in the band gets sick and can't play the show - how do you go about finding a local replacement? Someone who's professional, not just rolling the dice on a random CL ad? Do you reach out to contacts you have in the area, contact the local musician's union, or what? How do the vets go about finding other players from similar backgrounds to play with or assist on various projects, other than just through one's own network or word of mouth? I'm curious because I have a concept I'm considering developing for kind of a pro version of CL's musicians section that's free for users on both sides to access and use. It would be city-specific, like CL is, I'm thinking. Something that would be unattractive to the players that are less serious or just looking for casual bands, and highlights those that have some credentials and links to their work, site, etc. If there were an attractive, streamlined site that was well built and featured musician's profiles that were media-rich and informative, would this be useful to you? I am kind of surprised that I haven't seen something like this, so I'm wondering is it already exists or of there's a preferred way of doing it. Thanks for the info!