SINCE YOU OPENED YOUR TRAP AGAIN ASSUMING THINGS, LET ME SAY THIS. I would have asked specific questions before talking about any money. First I would ask the person to give me their name. Next the type of event and date of the event. Location of the event and how many hours do you need us to perform the event? What music do you want played at the event and then decide if I want to agree to do the event before even giving a price quote. Those are basic standard questions I would ask to feel for things. Oh I did forget another question. Who is the event for. When it's a wedding I would like to know the age of the couple getting married. That way I get an idea of which way to go handling the wedding., but not any better or any more professionally and of that I have little if any doubt.
As much as people frustrate me,make up your mind!!! LOL
You don't even charge a living wage and you want things to be covered?Just want to make sure everything on our end is covered.
To begin with I didn't get the call and accept doing the event. Honestly the way I'm feeling now since it's been months since we've done any events the price is ok. To get to the venue is less than 1,000 feet and its for 3 hours. Just time to at least get back to doing at least one event in this tough time right now.You don't even charge a living wage and you want things to be covered?
Police don't just show up at a wedding!
You just keep trying to BS us and we keep laughing.
I haven't charged $400 for a gig since I was in high school and 16 years old. That was THIRTY SIX YEARS AGO! You are a grown man... charge enough to make a living and support yourself.