5 Ways A Rehearsal Space Is A Lot Like A Woman

1. You want one that treats you right.
Okay, maybe your singer is into crazy chicks who treat him like crap, but, let's face it, the rest of us know what it feels like to be neglected, or ignored, and we don't like it one bit. You want a woman that treats you with respect, is supportive, and, most of all, understands you. The same could be said for your rehearsal space. If the space's management treats you with respect, is supportive, and understands you, then what's not to love, right?

2. You want one that will ALWAYS be there for you.
A good woman is someone you can call at 3AM and know that she won't mind. She may be a bit groggy at first, but, once she recognizes your voice, you have her full attention. In that respect, a good rehearsal space is one you know will also be there for you at 3AM, or any other time of day, when you feel the need to crank it up. 24/7, baby!

3. You want one that's drama-free.
So many times, you meet a new woman and she seems great at first. That's because she's on her best behavior as she tries to lure you into her web. Once she has you, though, she unleashes all sorts of unnecessary drama. Some rehearsal spaces are the same way. Management lures you in with a smile and promises of this or that, then, once you're all moved in, the drama begins. At Superior St., the management goes out of their way to spare you any drama and to give your space the feeling of a sanctuary; a place you can go for the sole purpose of creating music, because that is really what it's all about.

4. You don't want one that's been used and abused by a bunch of musicians before you.
Let's face it, some gals have been around the block and they look it. Same goes for some rehearsal spaces where the walls seem to ache with the agony of a thousand ghosts of rock bands past. While it may not be as easy to land yourself a woman who's as pure as the driven snow, at Knox Avenue, you can truly enter virgin territory. We have hundreds of new rehearsal spaces that have NEVER been occupied by any other band before. You'd be the first to enter, to come inside, to rock their world. As Paris Hilton says, "That's hot!"

5. You don't want one that's gonna break up the band.
When it comes to women, nobody wants a Yoko Ono. Believe it or not, there are some rehearsal spaces that are just as bad. They make being in a band seem like a shitty day job because of all the bullcrap you have to deal with every day. That's just not something you should ever have to put up with, from a woman OR a rehearsal space. So, hey, here's an idea...don't! At Superior St./Knox Avenue, we are a Yoko-free zone. Come on down, bring a 12-pack, and rock out with your cock out with a smile on your face the whole time.

Superior St. Rehearsal Facility

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