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Re: Weekend gigs (Re: What makes us competitive? (was Re: Rates)
Subject:Re: Weekend gigs (Re: What makes us competitive? (was Re: Rates) From:Bill Swallow <techcommdood -at- gmail -dot- com> To:Kieran Sullivan <ksullivan -at- tssg -dot- org> Date:Wed, 27 Oct 2010 11:40:44 -0400
My weekend gig is homebrewing. It doesn't pay cash, but it does save cash. :-)
A 2-case batch runs me about $20 on average, so $10/case for good
quality craft brew. A case of similar might run $35 or more. It keeps
me busy and happy, in more ways than one!
On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 10:19 AM, Kieran Sullivan <ksullivan -at- tssg -dot- org> wrote:
> I must be doing my weekend gigs in the wrong place. Or else I'm playing the wrong kind of music!
> Living up to the national stereotype, my brother and I play trad Irish music the odd weekend around a few pubs here in Waterford (South-East Ireland).
> But we'd have to do roughly 8 gigs to get the equivalent of $1,000 (€700+).
> I guess I'm gonna have to stick to the day job for another while yet :-(
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