Or does anyone know of online groups to meet year old musicians around England? There must be thousands of us I just don't know where to look. 0.
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Kate Nash , who rose to fame while still in her teens, says that the contrast between her life and that of her friends was hard to get her head around.
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Your problems and cares become radically different to the other people in your life. For some, however stressful and chaotic touring can be, it is preferable to daily life at home.
These sentiments are echoed by Nash: What am I doing with my life? But is treating touring as escapism healthy in the long-term? Many of those surveyed by Help Musicians were reluctant to seek help. One anonymous artist said: It burned me out. Beal, for one, thinks not. A cruel reality then, but is the music industry waking up to the strain it may be inflicting on its own artists? Our brains are fragile and you can only abuse them for so long.
This is also why I am often approached and asked for by people I know, or who know someone I know. It can be difficult to find yourself a group that clicks, but if you keep looking, you will. I like to sign up for pretty much everything that comes my way, because you never know what could come out of it.
Report Thread starter 6 years ago 4. Original post by Simplicity How can you decide that a musician will give you the best dating life.
People enjoy music without having to be a musician. Report 6 years ago 5. Stop with music and take a real degree.. Report Thread starter 6 years ago 6.
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The Real Quaid Badges: Report 6 years ago 7. Original post by Mr. Report 6 years ago 8. Report 6 years ago 9. Report Thread starter 6 years ago Original post by Foo. Report 6 years ago It's quite limitting really. I don't do music as a hobby or just an academic subject I do it as an entire lifestyle choice. I've also dated more people than I ever imagined I would or could and I feel quite ready to have just one man in my life. Surely that is how most musicians end up with other musicians?
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I can see where you're coming from but surely a difference of interests would create a better relationship because you'd have more to talk about and a wider variety of things to do together. Maybe you'd have more luck if you had a broader range of interests yourself? The world would be a very boring place if everyone had one specific interest and nothing else.
Oh dear it would seem most of you are against my choice. For the most part I can see why musicians dating either would seem dull, however, for me, it's seems to be the most enjoyable connection I have known. Something like defending my preferrence as I am now becomes so tedious and yet when I was with a musicians I never had to explain. Can we not just put it down to a preference? Also if I haven't mentioned I don't have any connections with musicians so I am capable of enjoying other aspects of friendships and relationships. I just know I can share a deeper side of myself with a fellow musician and receive theirs.
Original post by Simplicity Personally, I think it's not the music that is the problem. I doubt it is. Also, you are using excuses. You must have interests besides music, I doubt you are constantly talking about music which would be annoying even too a musician. I used to be an art student, a really good art student.
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So even when art was a large part of my life I still did normal stuff. Anyway, you are just making excuses up to why your relationships failed. Even if a guy was a musician I doubt that will make you happy.
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There would need to be chemistry, him have an attractive personality, be interested in your type of music which is weird and mostly only listen to by old people. Even then he has to find you attractive and want to date you. I think also the problem is your dating closed minded people even if you are planning to reject every non musician now. Classical music is nice to listen too. If you found the right guy he would probably listen to it with you or be able to appreciate what you do.
Are there any musicians who have found dating another musician to be a good thing? There's lots of opinions around that non-musicians have had bad relationships with musicians of any kind due to the habbits we keep, do musicians not want to date each other either?
I've found relationships where we both have a similar appreciation for something to be the best. That's not limited to music though, it's more of a mindset. I'm pretty damn niche in what I listen to, and what I create, so for me, open-mindedness is key.
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I wouldn't expect someone to have the same depth of interest in music as me, but I would like someone who I could share my passion with, and be met with a positive response. It gives you a sense of empathy, mutual appreciation, and that the person is pretty special. And of course, in return, I try to do the same. I wouldn't mind if said musician was in a different field.