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I used to be a very, very minor rock star. Despite my distinct lack of talent as a drummer, our band, Myopic Son, had the opportunity to play Summerfest (the World’s Largest Music Festival in Milwaukee, WI), dozens of colleges, and hundreds of other gigs.

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At almost every show we played, people would come up and say, “You guys are great. I listen to your album all the time.” I’d reply, “Really? Until you just told me, I had no idea.” Isn’t that funny? Not until the right opportunity (being in the same room with us after a show where we performed) would people tell us how much they enjoyed our music.

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