If you recall I was in a classic rock band that had a crazy 2 hour load-out. They decided to change to a more soft-rock genre and that was the deal-breaker for me. I quit. Not many, if any restaraunts around here are going to pay $400 for a band that doesnt get the people dancing. Anyway, they are done with for me. I'm onto my next project. I'm going to start a 50s rock dance band. Great covers that get people dancing is my goal. The other band I'm in plays some 50s style music too and I'm quite combfortable with it, but they are becoming more and more an originals band. I'm happy with that band, but I want to get involved in something else as well as I like to keep busy musically. Anyway in a few weeks I'm going to start auditioning members. I was thinking of setting up 3 different audition sessions, all with different players, then picking the best candidates of those three sessions. Personality, ability and commitment will be my primary focus in what I'm looking for. Am I on the right track? Anything else I should consider?