Absolutely. If you don't show it, the audience will miss 95% of your "mistakes". Have a great show. 200+ for a first performance is awesome.Bong":2pa29xlg said:Pretend they are not there, it's just another practice. Shoguns' right, make sure you have a monitor, or in ears. Also remember 90-95 percent of the crowd will only know if you made a mistake if you LOOK like you made a mistake. I used to do that, and shake my head and make a sad face, untill my buddy, who's better than me told me how many mistakes he counted just by my reactions. So put your game face on and keep it there, no matter what. :twisted:
Aint that the truth. We got off stage once and it seemed like we'd been up 25-30 min. in all reality it was closer to an hour.kErmit vOn zOmbie":2m3rqq3n said:ignore them, and do your thing. once the stage lights kick in you won't see the majority of them anyway. just concentrate on your tune and have fun. btw, in a practice situation a 10 minute tune feels like a 10 minute tune, in a live situation a 10 minute tune will feel like a 2 minute blip. stay focused and have a blast!!!!