Re: [Harp-L] The Pain Killers - Antone's

Hi Elizabeth,

On a typical jam stage, there will be a set of drums, a bass amplifier, two
or three vocal mics, a couple of guitar amps and, if you're lucky, a harp
amp and a keyboard of some kind. That pretty much limits how many people
you can put in the band.

On Sun, Apr 1, 2012 at 5:08 PM, Elizabeth Hess <TrackHarpL@xxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> I'm curious about "the list getting full."
> I was recently (playing harp) at an open jam where there were many more
> jammers than expected, and they handled it by putting larger and larger
> groups of people on stage per set as the hour got late.
> Do you limit the number of people who may sign up and then close the list?
>  Not that I'm in danger of running a jam anytime soon, but I'm always
> interested in how other people do it.
> Elizabeth
> On Mar 30, 2012, at 9:17 AM, Steve Power wrote:
> > From: "Steve Power" <stevepower@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Date: March 29, 2012 12:45:19 PM EDT
> > To: "Steve Power" <stevepower@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > Subject: [Harp-L] The Pain Killers - Antone's
> >
> > After The Pain Killers set the Austin Blues Society will be hosting an
> open jam. Sign up at 7:30. Early arrival is suggested as the list gets full
> pretty fast.

Arthur Jennings

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