Why Play-Out At An Open Mic Night?
There's nothing like the thrill of performing in-front of a 'live' audience. You're surrounded by 'like-minded' people that share your passion for your art. If you're a pro, many open mics are used as auditions for paid-gigs.
Get off the couch and go check-out an open mic near you. Once you've taken the stage, you're life will never be the same. Play-out at an open mike night tonight!
Julie Gribble, as seen here on her recent performance on, 'The Late Show' with Craig Ferguson, regularly participates in and hosts open mics in Atlanta.
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According to a recent Gallup survey,
the majority (64 percent) of Americans agree they would be more likely to participate in music making, if scientific research found that it improved their health. You may be surprised at the numerous documented psychological and physiological health benefits that can be derived from playing a musical instrument, especially those that can help with coping with stress and anxiety. Following are just some of the latest scientific findings that support the health benefits of playing music to treat conditions such as:
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