Comments: 655 • Responses: 15 • Date: 2009-09-22 00:01:01 UTC
iamamusician689 karma2009-09-22 04:07:48 UTC
you figured it out!
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iamamusician309 karma2009-09-22 01:30:38 UTC
I started my career on the Accordion by the way...
iamamusician260 karma2009-09-22 02:48:54 UTC
If I tell you that then it will really give me away.
iamamusician217 karma2009-09-22 02:47:06 UTC
Nice try, but I won three Grammys actually. Best Rock Instrumental (two times). Best instrumental pop album as a producer.
iamamusician212 karma2009-09-22 03:42:21 UTC
Perhaps some of us.
iamamusician210 karma2009-09-22 03:43:35 UTC
Being famous, at the level I am at, is fun. I like it and yes, it can help when it comes time to let everyone know you have a new product out.
I can still go out and not many people bother me and if they do they are usually very respectful. But in the end I feel as though I have a job just like everyone else. The important thing is putting our best foot forward and doing the finest work we can regardless of the field we are in. In that respect we are all equal. A famous person can do a worse job than a street car conductor. Our effort and intention is the thing that is measured at the end of the day, not how many grammies we won.
But it's still nice to be a little famous.
iamamusician178 karma2009-09-22 02:49:56 UTC
Before I had a record deal with a major label I was making real money.
iamamusician178 karma2009-09-22 04:07:30 UTC
iamamusician168 karma2009-09-22 03:43:13 UTC
Only if it will potentially win me another Grammy.
iamamusician156 karma2009-09-22 01:41:03 UTC
I won the "best rock instrumental performance" category.
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