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I know it’s not always easy to get gigs! I’d like to offer a platform for people starting out, but with the confidence to perform, and to do a set maybe 2 – 3 hours. If this is not for you, I’d be greatful if you could spread the word or get in touch… [email protected]
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2-3 hrs is an extremely long set for beatboxing…10-15 minutes is more reasonable as the strain on your vocals is much heavier then singing or playing an instrument…if ya got someone fairly experienced they could prolly do 1 hr to 1+1/2 hr shows but they need breaks so would be 15 minutes on and 5-10 off or so if you really want it to be a good show…2-3 hrs s asking abit much unless maybe it was someone like tom thumb who uses loopstations and layers alot…but it would be more like showcasing dj’ing than beatboxing itself that way though imo.
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