Welcome to episode 25 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking about 4 fears that jazz musicians face and how to overcome them. Jazz musicians (and musicians in general) tend to be especially hard on themselves. They are constantly upset with their playing and worried about what others think about them. It’s time to overcome these fears. Listen in!
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In this episode
They are afraid of what others think about their playing.
They are afraid they won’t like their own playing.
They are afraid they will never be satisfied with their music.
They are afraid they won’t be able to “hang” in a given musical situation (They don’t have the ability).
Mentioned in the podcast:
Article: Why I Gave Up On Hating My Playing