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    I'm ready for this to be done because my wife is seriously loosing her mind and I'll be honest... going home and dealing with her is becoming a struggle... she's working from home while trying to watch our two little girls and it's really getting to her which I fully understand. It's taking a mental beating on her.
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    We couldn’t take it anymore. We held a band practice last Sunday...we’ll, more of a jam session, and it was such a HUGE stress relief.
    In “social distancing” spirit, we held it outside on my brother’s front porch. It was all unplugged acoustic and I played my Cajon. Just a bunch of guys kicking back (6’ apart of course), drinking beer, picking guitars and blowing off steam. That said, we worked up 5-10 new songs as well.

    I can’t wait to do it again next weekend!
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    How's the scene where you all live? Over here there is one place that eased restrictions and had a duo play their stage.. But have yet to see full bands 45 min or more sets being played.. starting to wonder if things will ever come back. Sucks really bad to say the least
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    If this would have happened when I was married, I would have wanted ôsocial distancing" of not less than 10 miles from my wife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slinky View Post
    How's the scene where you all live? Over here there is one place that eased restrictions and had a duo play their stage.. But have yet to see full bands 45 min or more sets being played.. starting to wonder if things will ever come back. Sucks really bad to say the least
    Band around my area are slowly getting gigs but not many. Most of them are outside. I'm starting to see ads for them at other bars but I'm not sure if they're inside or out. I don't know how they're going to do this and still keep everyone safe.
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