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Mike Ragogna: What advice do you have for new artists? John Scofield: It sounds like the standard clichéd reply but “practice makes perfect” and you have to keep it loose and fun. That’s when the good music happens. MR: Is that what you would have told a young John Scofield? JS: I would have told […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: Wow. John, what is your advice for new artists? John Scofield: Boy, my advice is stay true to what you believe in musically, what feels good. Your instinct is everything, it’s all we have not only musically but as human beings, you know? We think about it all the time, but ultimately, your […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: What advice do you have for new artists? John Medeski: The only advice I would give, really, is that you really need to tap into your musical voice. I’m hearing a lot of stuff out there that’s very derivative, you know? There are only so many chords and notes, and we all rehash […]Continue reading
Mike Ragogna: Do you have any advice to new artists? John Medeski: Oh god, that’s a hard one. I don’t have any career advice because the music business is moving and shifting and I have no idea what it is. My advice is to be true to yourself and really find practices in your life, […]Continue reading