Religion, Faith and Touring Life

Lee, Baker
February 2013
FRONT of HOUSE;Feb2013, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p44
The author discusses the complexity of combining one's religious belief and the life of a working/touring audio engineer. The author shares his experience of the complexity of being a religious person and having a career as a musician or an audio engineer when his lead singer of the Henderson and Whitfeld band he worked with refused to perform on the Sabbath because he was an Orthodox Jew. The author states that choosing a life and career in audio needs a leap of faith and necessary sacrifices.


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