Cohen, Dave
September 2009
Canadian Musician;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p26
The article focuses on the role of keyboardists in Canada. The in-town/club gig include band gigs with broad repertoire. This gig is considered to be fairly flexible. It notes that the artist gigs are different from cover band gigs due to the amount of the expected preparation. It points out that tours offer some of the biggest challenges to the gear.


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