It has been raining like crazy here, and there is more rain on the way… The west and the midlands have had it the worst. Peoples homes have been destroyed and in some cases second time in six years.
As hard as it has been to watch, for me it has been business as usual. Songwriting, recording, blogging and a lot of vlogging 🙂 And of course I was busy playing with Sliotar and in the sessions.
This week’s lessons have been appreciative observations, as well as some trials of errors. The whole vlogging process is a learning curve and I certainly jumped into the deep end of the pool 😀
This week I wanted to test out how far I can push the vlogging thing. It is definitely going to be a feature next year, I am just not sure yet to what extent. So we had a new vlog out most days this week. I also had the quick tips as well as our weekly song, so let’s get into it.
This weeks song took a look at how painful words can sometimes be in close relationships. Don’t forget to download your copy of the song from my Bandcamp page as well:
The week started with a Vlog from our resent tour, in this one I show you a coffee shop where I did a lot of the planning for the song a week concept. And we have more live music as well.
In the music business, especially when you are an independent artist, people will always doubt you:
In Vlog 30 I introduce you to the wonderful Dr. Shakshuka
Learning to be grateful of my achievements has helped me a lot in keeping my spirits high through some dark times in my career:
In Vlog 31 I share with you some of the details of what I use to film my vlogs so far, and what camera equipment I am planning to invest on to make them even better:
Being a musician can get lonely from time to time. In this quick tip I remind you that you are not alone:
The time had come to Say good-bye to Tel Aviv. In this vlog we have our last show, last run on the beach and my last falafel:
I believe being a musician is so much more than just music. I believe we artist have a responsibility:
Learn how to motivate your self, instead of trying to look others to motivate you:
All things must end sometime, and in this vlog we finally arrive back into Dublin.
I also wanted to make the weekly songs a part of my vlogs, so in this weeks vlog I share with you some of the problems I faced in the studio and me performing the song in the studio.
And that wraps up a very busy week. Once again I’d love to hear your thoughts on all of the stuff I share here. What did you like? Or was did you not like? All feedback is very much welcomed.
Before I let you go, a little bit of house keeping. If you like what I do, the music, the blogs and vlogs, consider supporting me on Patreon HERE. You can start from as little as $1 a month, and every dollar makes a big difference to me, and help me to put out the music, save towards new equipment and just keep things running. But most of all, thank you for listening, reading and watching. It really means a world to me.
The author J.P. Kallio is a singer songwriter
To get EIGHT of his songs for free go HERE