As one who has made a living from music for 30 years I think my best
advice would be, do what your happy doing, if it doesn't feel right
don't do it.
As for travelling about, I have just returned from Coventry in
England, where I hadn't played for 10 years, I only intended to
do one gig and ended up doing six, the same happened when I was
in Ireland last September.
Allways look forward and if you leave something good behind it
will be there when you get back.
The story of my brief flirtation with the world of labour is still
well known in Coventry, I started as a builders labourer on the
Coventry City Football ground in the early seventies, on the first
morning I was given a hod to supply a large Irish bricklayer one
floor higher, after escorting one brick to him I was advised that
the hod in fact held twelve bricks, surely you jest, I remarked
to the foreman, and he, seing the humour of the situation, put
me on teamaking for the rest of the day, I then resigned.
Marion, got your PM, I'll write today and we'll meet when your
All the best.