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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Boreas, Jan 21, 2021.
The bloomers or the playing?
The entire "performance".
Aww, just trying to get views on YT.
Neither of the criteria was remarkable IMO.
If it's NOT a thing I sure hope it becomes one......
Yes. Girls have been a thing for a very long time.......
“We’re doing the same thing as you guys and it shouldn’t matter”
Then points out “GIRL” in the description
Bunch of muck!
Get off my lawn!
If she played a rippin take and had a different title I’d say well done
I suspect the “ornamentation” in the video is an attempt to compensate for the kazoo-like Line 6 Spider tone. In my humble opinion it wasn’t an adequate trade off.
She shall not be permitted to trod upon my lawn.
Playing in her underwear got her the attention, but playing is what carries the video.
Yes, a scantily clad girl doing almost anything is a thing. I think she needs a couple cheeseburgers.
The really good ones don't have to do it in their underwear to get listeners. If some guy did that in his underwear he get laughed off the web, or they would pull it off. What makes these girls think their underwear is a good substitute for practice and heart?
Didn't it kind of work for the Red Hot Chili Peppers?
Good for her. She’s got some chops. Not enamored of the digital tone or choice to play in her underwear, sitting on the kitchen table; but she probably sees it as rebellious and rock ‘n roll. It got her noticed didn’t it?
Trying not to be the old fogey I’m turning into.
Frank Zappa and his line about ironing boards comes to mind...
Highway Star, eh? Speaking of stars, how about keeping your starfish off the dinner table when there’s a worldwide shortage of sanitizing wipes?
The things we do on the kitchen table when nobody else is around...
We dined on tuna noodle casserole tonight.
This whole thread is more sour grapes from a bunch of bitter old men, because young women are getting more attention and are playing better than they can. I, for one, am very happy to see young people that can play better than me, and are doing it embracing the classic rock and blues music that I love, keeping the love of guitar music alive.
I'm 66..it's not a thing, it's normal. To me it's a sign of strength.
What? I play in my underwear all the time.
And people love to talk about it....and usually call the police.