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Not because I wouldn’t date a musician again, but because I finally found a good guy. What I want to talk about is how hard and how easy it can be to date someone that plays music for a living.
Show less The musician I am currently dating isn’t the first musician I ever dated, but I intend for him to be the last.
Have a drink max (mine is two) and try to eat before you go out to save money on dining expenses.
The final tip for being the best romantic partner to a musician is to always be supportive. Your partner is not ignoring you when he’s in his studio. You have to see it that way or you’re always going to feel like you’re being left behind. Be honest about how you like that new song he wrote or how well he did at his last gig.
Career musicians can surely make enough money to live off of, but if you’re going to his gigs and spending plus a night on food and drinks you’re defeating the purpose of him working.
The last time I went out to one of my guys shows my bill was , for two drinks and a main dish. That means my night out negated his tips (since we live together this matters).
It’s pretty likely that you’re not going to be able to follow him to all of his shows, especially if he plays for a living, and you can bet girls (and guys even) will hit on him.
He needs to be that way to be successful at what he’s doing, so you need to deal with that. If you are both always having fun and never taking responsibility for life then you are going to run into plenty of issues.It’s not that I don’t love him and his music, it’s just that sitting at breweries and wineries every night gets boring and I really don’t want to become an alcoholic.