Do your kids play?

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Re: Do your kids play?

Post by joppo » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:11 pm

So he's got his dad's ear and feel for music does he Steve? It's hard to beat jamming with your kids.

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Re: Do your kids play?

Post by beagle » Thu Nov 14, 2013 10:38 am

I think he has more natural ability than I did and he's getting an earlier start.
Also at 9 he seems to be fearless about playing in-front his school or anyone else.... I was a much more nervous sweaty palmed kid when I did that at 13.
Yeah jamming with yr kid is pretty special. It's another very exciting aspect to music. I was the only musical one in my family growing up so it's a new experience.
The novelty of having a drummer who does what's he's told is pretty neat too! ;-)
pins, you're v lucky to have at least two out of three into music. Having one play with your band must of been a great feeling.
I have four kids, with the oldest being this 9 yr old so it's a bit early to say how the rest will go but I'm pretty sure the youngest has something going on.
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Re: Do your kids play?

Post by pins » Fri Nov 15, 2013 11:23 am

beagle wrote: I was the only musical one in my family growing up so it's a new experience.
Me too,that also included all my relatives as well,my mother was totally shocked to learn I could play an instrument.
And yes gigging with siblings is the most awesome feeling,ear to ear grin.

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