Best 1 541 of Band quotes - MyQuotes
Zachary Cole Smith
Drugs are fine for you alone at home, but when it comes to being a family, which a band is, it just messes everything up.
Zachary Cole Smith
The touring band is DIIV, and the songs are always written with them in mind. But the new record is going to be more "me.
I pretty much ignored politics all through my 20′s and 30′s... I had other things on my mind... the band, finding a meaningful relationship, getting enough money to eat and pay the rent.
It comes down to building your own world out here on the road. It's who you surround yourself with. My band and crew are really positive guys.
We don't want to put a band-aid on our problems that we keep talking about in society; we want to get down to the nitty gritty and do some surgery.
The way the music industry is now geared, it's fewer accolades towards new and upcoming acts. New bands offer bright creativity. It's a set format. A venue would rather hire a DJ than a band, and that's a problem.
I've worked with a band, and it's nice to have someone to travel around with, but I didn't like it as well on stage.
There are lots of things I like about playing in a band, the things I cant do by myself you know.
Oasis were the last great, traditional rock 'n' roll band. We came along before the Internet so, if you wanted to see us, you had to be there. It makes me feel like a righteous old man.
A lot of people have reunion things, but I think bands are supposed to break up.
I met The Beatles while we were playing in Germany. We'd seen them in Liverpool, but they were a nothing little band then, just putting it together. In fact, they weren't really a band at all.
Practice. Listen. Use you ears. And as Rob [Halford] said, that team effort. You can learn your instrument in your room, but being in a band is more than playing your instrument.
Kentucky Gag Order is a great band, there's stuff here and there that you catch that is cool.
Bribes and boy bands. That’s all you need to be a babysitter.
Shoe Suede Blues is ten years old this year. The Band consists of four members.
When you're playing music, say for instance, you're playing a part of the band and you're looking at your music, your horn is down into the stand. This way, it's
When I was really young, I was really into Black Sabbath and Iron Maiden and those kinds of bands.
Why do you have to retire at 65? Why can't you start at 70? You know, like wine. Why can't music be that way? My new band, we're playing stuff that's never been done before.
I've been through Hell with some of the members of my old band, and Hell is highly stressful.
It's time for new bands to step up because KISS and Mtley Cre, Aerosmith, The [Rolling] Stones... we're not always gonna be here. Who's gonna replace us? There's no one out there. It's sad.
Part of why I was drawn to making dance music was convenience. It was the type of music I could make without a band, and I wasn't interested in collaborating with anyone.
We were all anti-Reagan, we were all politically-aware, we were all anti-war and things like that. These days a lot of the newer bands don't even really talk about that sort of stuff anymore.
I took a private lesson, but it didn't really work out, so I went back to playing along with records. That's really the thing that got me into playing a lot - getting excited about playing along with my favorite bands like Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.
Wilberforce and the band of abolitionists knew that a private faith that did not act in the face of oppression was no faith at all.
Some people even went off to form another band, Power Station.
To me, Modest Mouse is one of the best bands ever. I actually wasn't surprised that they made it big. It's always weird to see it happen, and it happens so fast, all of a sudden songs are in the background on TV.
I do some solo, acoustic stuff, but I also like plugging in my electric guitar and playing loud with a band.
Universal love is a glove without fingers, which fits all bands alike and none closely; but true affection is like a glove with fingers, which fits one hand only, and sits close to that one.
There's nothing worse than a good video and good song, and you see a band and hate them because they can't perform. That's wack.
When you're in a band and there's five of you, you have to accommodate five people in every song.
When I was 9 years old, I wanted to be the baritone sax player in the Little Richard band.
The Smashing Pumpkins was never meant to be a small band. It was going to either be a big band, or a no band.
[Paul McCartney] never, at the time, was going back to leaning back on the roots of his old band. He always built upon where he was, which was in London. And he didn't overuse synthesizers. He used them just enough. It's such a cool sound.
When a band first comes along, they should be confusing and doing something people don't accept. You don't want the first reaction to just be, "Oh, I get that.
Chi Chi Rodriguez
I was on the dance floor but I couldn't hear the band.
Richie Faulkner is very respectful to the songs that he plays from when [founding member] K.K. [Downing] was in the band. He plays them incredibly. And he's got his own nuances and his own techniques that he puts in - as he should.
Mark Winchester has left the band. He's decided that he's tired of the road and just wants to concentrate on his career in Nashville. I don't blame him at all. He'll certainly be missed.
If you don't try and explore genres and have freedom of creativity, you're just wasting your position as a pop band.
When I was a teenager in the '70s, I was really into those great bands like Led Zeppelin and Queen and Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, Alice Cooper.
Every now and then, a lot of bands doing the same kind of music will organically sprout up at once.
The only things Mick and I disagree about is the band, the music and what we do.
I love the Arctic Monkeys . Who doesn't? I'd love to see them live, but haven't got round to it yet. I never get to see bands because I'm never in the same town for more than two seconds.
My whole back's tattooed. I just wanted a twist. I was always in punk bands when I was little I think that's where the tie comes from.
Each member of the band has varied influences, and the same diversity is reflected in our fanbase.
Well before I was in a band, I wanted to be everything from a vet, an astronaut, an archeologist was a big one. It could be very wide-ranging because I had a lot of different interests including music so I'm very happy where I wound up.
When I go to shows, I'm really looking forward to hearing the songs I know. I don't like it when a band tries to expose me to new stuff.
And I was in another band called Flash In The Pan, which was soca, Latin music, down in Laguna Beach.
We haven't started playing it live yet but we're going to. And then 'Warpaint' is a song that's really, really close to me because it's actually - we've had that song for many years now and it's changed so many times, it's been through every reincarnation of our band with every drummer, with sometimes with me playing drums, it was when we were a three-piece, every incarnation of the band that we've had we have played that song.
The Band-Aid solution is actually the best kind of solution because it involves solving a problem with the minimum amount of effort and time and cost.
Because usually in the past when I was in a big band, that was all I did.