A visual demonstration of what a multi-tasking agent seems to do every day.
And then someone comes along and yanks all support.
Fun Fridays,Steve with
Well, that’s something you don’t see everyday.
Having played different instruments I am impressed and delighted with what our preformer is doing. And then to pull the “support” out from under him! Bravo! So Bravo! to you agents who multitask for us writers and sometimes get left hanging…thanks for coming back and coming back coming backcomingbackcoming….
Wow Steve–you’ve let your hair grow!
Oh dear me…loved this. I always wonder who thinks up these crazy stunts? Little boys just playing around…daring one another…? Well, however it happens, it brings a smile and stirs up all those good endorphins we need! Thanks for sharing.
Steve, I didn’t know you played all those brass instruments!
How fun! I know exactly how this feels, though I probably don’t pull it off quite as seamlessly. Glad I know Who’s holding me up when my chair gets yanked.
(I once witnessed one guy playing two saxophones at the same time, but this beats his feat.)
His *feat*??? Well played, Peter.
That was insane. As a singer, I know how hard it is to even sing harmony, but that? That was INSANE!!!!
So Steve, you might want to bring a hammer and some nails to work on Monday.
Feat!?! Peter, you crack me up.
As I played this video I had fun deciding who was whom in the allegory. Am I the man in the chair? Are clients the players? Then it must be the publisher who is in the white shirt taking the bow (and pulling the chair out from under us all). Or…?
If any of you have the time, go to YouTube and view some of the other sketches of this European brass group. Very entertaining. I wish they would do a world tour and come to Phoenix. We’d be there in a heartbeat.
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