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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by sspear, Mar 9, 2019.
That is hilarious! I need a good chuckle today. Thanks a million....
Very little. Before a gig I have a mild case of the butterfies that suppresses my appetite. During a break, when I calm down, I typically order a burger with something if the venue has a kitchen.
No iron supplement?
Yeah I got a gut and type 2 diabetes so I should really get away from the grains. Beer is a little bit harder to stop.
Ah man. I just keep it....safe.
Once upon a time, I went up the street to a bar that featured venison chili on Fridays, and that was the day. I had some. Pretty good.
I very nearly missed the downbeat. Luckily a sprint from bathroom to stage was fast enough to make it, but it was close, and while I didn't feel fantastic on stage, the worst was, well, behind me.
Ever since then, I take fewer chances before the gig.
3 raw eggs + ipecac.
An RC Cola & A Moonpie
Lol! Good one!
Check out most of the Gig Reports in the TB Band Humor & Gig Stories forum. There are lots of food photo shots there!
I eat only lot of hours before the gig and it is a standart food.
Last night it was vegetarian coconut curry, since the band decided to eat together. I can skip the meat until later. But on the way home I grabbed a microwave croissant egg & cheese at the rest area vending machine, which is becoming a habit.
Replies need to be weighted for who has and who hasn't a gall bladder. That meal may or may not have short term ramifications.
A regular meal two hours before setup.
Light meal. Baked chicken or cod. Kale or peas and corn.
Then an apple and peppermint tea.
Ribs, chicken, fish, corn, ice cream, bubblegum.
Generate I like to eat food. And some beer. Liqour makes for a bad set. Not too much beer either. I eat regular food but that's before I go to a venue and hardly ever play within the first 2/3 hours of doors opening.
You must be from the south.
Guess that's no worse than a couple of white castles or Krystals.
64 sIices of American cheese