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

Hi, Arthur,

Right, but do you stop letting people even sign up, when "the list gets full", or do you tell people, "Sorry, maybe next time," if they've signed up but the evening comes to an end and there isn't time for them to have a turn on stage, or something else?


On Apr 1, 2012, at 8:22 PM, Arthur Jennings wrote:

> 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

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