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    Is there ever a time when a lady comes and sings with you and you don't want her there? just wondering. Sorry if this offends anyone or whatever.
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  • #2
    ok this is kinda a wide open question...You mean come to the drum and actually sit at the drum pick up a drumstick and start jammin? if thats the scenario, HELL NO. BUT BUT BUT...if she comes to the drum while were singing a song for DRUM CONTEST then HELL NO. or maybe were at a basic powwow in oklahoma where a woman comes out to the drum at a basic powwow...key word basic. then all means I think she can stand behind the drum and sing a song or two. As long as she dont stand behind

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    • #3
      it is kinda wide open - do you mean come up durin a song and start singin behind the singers? is she singin badly or not(this is also up in the air - to some a certain woman might sound good but to others might sound like a cat stuck in a toilet)? then again i'm not a singer just live with one so i just wouldn't know.....
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      • #4
        Not at all. When the ladies come and sing behind u it jus makes u want to jam. The woman add soul to a group and regardless who it is i dont think it matters or not.


        • #5
          Originally posted by snaggable_4u
          Is there ever a time when a lady comes and sings with you and you don't want her there? just wondering. Sorry if this offends anyone or whatever.
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