Attn All Members -- [Dixielandjazz] Re: Dixielandjazz Digest, Vol 12,
Robert S. Ringwald
ringwald at calweb.com
Sun Dec 14 01:07:57 PST 2003
Another example of the subject line not being changed to reflect the subject
of the text.
mr.wonderful at ringwald.com
Placerville, CA, USA, Earth, Sol's System, Milky Way
Amateur (ham) Radio Station K6YBV
Fulton Street Jazz Band
Boondockers Jazz & Comedy Band
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stephen Barbone" <barbonestreet at earthlink.net>
To: <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Friday, December 12, 2003 9:49 PM
Subject: [Dixielandjazz] Re: Dixielandjazz Digest, Vol 12, Issue 26
> Hi Tom & List mates:
> Wholeheartedly agree with just about everything you say except the 0
points for "A"
> answer to question 1. Why penalize a band that does not have to play free
> our case, maybe not the rest of the OKOM band world, we attract a varied
> 8 to 80. Yet we play about 160 gigs paying a year, to the "B" answer
> Therefore we believe that we should get MAX points for what we do, even
> don't do it free except on rare charity occasions where I personally pay
> and donate the band.
> Steve Barbone
> > "Tom Wood" <zenith at ans.com.au> wrote (polite snip)
> > QUIZ ANSWERS & EXPLANATIONS
> > Q1 When playing at an audience free (lunchtime pub/concert) event
> > at a passing public type venue (such as Shopping Malls) what
> > kind of audience does your band usually manage to attract,
> > entertain and hold if any?
> > A We do not play much at audience free venues
> > B The general public/tourists/mixed age groups.
> > C Mature jazz enthusiasts.
> > Points & Explanation
> > A1 A = 0 B =
> > C = 1
> > Most OKOM fans are mature group jazz enthusiasts aged 50 to
> > normally paying an entry fee. To keep the music alive we
> > freely attract a more general and mixed audience type. If
> > public can be attracted or held without making them pay to
> > you play, then you are indeed working hard at milking the
> > and promoting OKOM.
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