Rules on dating a musician
has earned its reputation for being fake, duplicitous and lonely.
Passionate about music and men since they were old enough to explore both amid the vociferous, sometimes illicit Hollywood rock scene, Susan Hyatt and Lina Lecaro have had their share of wild experiences over the past 20-years-plus onstage, backstage and in their private lives.
After several long conversations in Hyatt’s Studio City home, the two L. After an inspiring meeting with Neil Strauss, author of the notorious pickup artist’s manual “The Game,” the writers honed the thematic hook: the L. When Lecaro started testing Hyatt’s framework, she found that sometimes she not only wanted to break the rules set forth by other dating books but consciously went against the advice from her co-writer.
The resulting work is an honest take on looking for love with two distinct voices and approaches.
I then decided to stop ASKING them what their advice would be, and instead extrapolated advice from my actual experience hanging out with a bunch of bands during SXSW. Related: What Your Taste In Music Says About You On A Date Band members are, by nature, pretty rebellious. Ya never get hurt, ya always have fun, and if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends.” It’s true.
Primarily he plays an upright bass in a jazz band that plays around town, and is an audio engineer for some of the shows coming through town.While I am supportive of him and his career, there is no denying how NOT frugal it is to be a musician. The upright bass alone is several thousand dollars.Sound recording equipment and software can also add up pretty quickly.This has been something that is constantly looming over our heads.I see your hair is burnin’ Hills are filled with fire If they say I never loved you You know they are a liar Drivin’ down your freeways Midnight alleys roam Cops in cars, the topless bars Never saw a woman So alone, so alone – “L. Woman,” The Doors Anyone who has lived in Los Angeles knows the dating scene here is unlike any other. Finding “real people” and real love can be a challenge, one that musician Susan Hyatt and rock and nightlife journalist Lina Lecaro have taken on in different ways, both in their own lives and in their alternative dating guide, “Never Mind the Rules,” published on Valentine’s Day.