Category: Journey

Stick Your Nose In – One Month Later

It’s been a while since I wrote here. A lot of things happened, I played quite a few gigs, wrote a couple of songs and… I even released my first single! One evening I was sitting with my guitar on the balcony of my apartment. I just finished to play around with Pete Seeger’s “Where…


Happy New Year

Late December, especially if it is 31st, is a decent opportunity to summarize your life. At least it’s how it works with my life. It’s not that you can’t do it on any other occasion, but it’s more comfortable to do it when the Earth backs to the same point relative to the Sun as…


November Gig

Here it comes, the November gig. 28th November 2016, Tsuzamen Bar, Lilenblum 25, Tel Aviv, doors open 20:30. I had quite intense month on my regular job, the one that provides. Though I had less time for playing than I would like to, still things moved forward in music. Two of my songs evolved, kind…


So, How Was the Gig?

Exactly a week ago I had a gig at Tsuzamen Bar. Yes, the same gig I talked about a lot and prepared for it and was so keen to bring a lot of people and to give the best performance I can. At the end, everything went very different than I expected. Before I get…


Who’s Your Audience?

Tsuzamen Bar, the place that gives me an opportunity to start my music career, is a small bar in one of the most popular Tel Aviv streets. Its capacity is 30 people, though a few days ago more than 50 music fans managed to get in. Let’s be honest for a moment and admit that…


Goals? Plans?

In the previous post I wrote about my goals. As an amateur and as a beginner, I can easily imagine a reader that reacted on this with “are you kidding me?!?” The Western Civilization is based on goals and plans. That’s how we live. We do things and then measure the effect. We need to…


First Steps of the Journey

After I introduced myself a little bit in the previous post, I’ll move on and try to figure out what would be efficient music marketing for me. Before I get practical here, it is important to me to say that this series of posts is not going to be a list of tips or some kind of…


Meeting on the Crossroads

Almost two months passed from my first public gig in more than 15 years. Also, 8 days left to the second one. Some of my friends already got used to my new hobby, some probably still ask themselves what the hell is going on with me. At the age of 41, I started to play…