I've done this as a "acoustic singer songwriter" night. 3 of us shared the night, one would do a song, then the next, then the next. It was fun. Toward the end we were joining each other on songs that could be pulled off that way.I've been reading a book on the subject of succeeding as a solo musician, and in one chapter the author mentions the concept of the "shared" gig, in which two independent solo performers split the stage time on a single gig (each doing her or his own solo material), in approximately equal portions. The idea strikes me as interesting. Just off hand, I can see how this approach would offer a little more variety for the audience, while reducing "performance fatigue" (especially on vocals) for each of the two solo performers. Have any of you ever done an outing this way?
Mrs.Thought just played that the other day off YouTube. The other two were Guy Clark and Joe Ely. That was a good show.I saw a show years ago where John Hiatt, Lyle Lovett, and two other singer/songwriters toured together. I don’t remember who the other two were, but they were all similar in style