Dating a jazz musician
LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 26: Musician Taylor Swift performs onstage during the 56th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. People will hit on them after shows and you will usually be there watching it happen. The dating world for musicians is often a complex one.
The third I speak to on occasion on Facebook and the last has disappeared and can only be tracked via imdb. Everybody mingles, you learn the words sort of and you have a great time.
You can do it with lunch meat and a couple of rolls! The girl I’m seeing makes significantly less money than me so, naturally, when we go out, it’s always my treat.
Back when my girlfriend and I were still living with our parents, we had sex on a fairly regular basis, despite the necessity for door locks and quickies. I’m not made of money, though, and my wallet is starting to feel the strain. On a jazz musician’s salary, I have an abundance of experience finding cheap ways to spend the evening.
But it really hit me the other day – most women on the NYC subways are wearing headphones and playing candy crush. With all these beautiful women glued to their smart phones, even in so many public & social scenarios, infiltrating that digital barrier is a very difficult thing to do. New Yorkers are swiping away everywhere, but all of these “connections” are leading to nothing but an epic failure to actually commit in relationships.” Russo also states that, “People are so obsessed with the matches that are about to expire on their phones, that they are missing out on the opportunities passing by right in front of them.” I couldn’t agree with her more.
We’ve become a swipe left, swipe right obsessed culture.