The next time you’re at a party or a concert and the piano player comes out to play, think about the way the audience is going to react.
Acknowledging that the pianist is a queer man and that his sexuality is not the only reason the audience loves him, the audience will be in the presence of two people who love him, and that’s a powerful emotional connection.
And you won’t want to lose that.
You’ll want to keep it going for hours.
The good news is that this connection can be made even without having to reveal the truth.
This guide to creating a strong emotional connection for a gay musician is for anyone looking to make a big emotional connection with their audience.
You might be tempted to say that you want the audience to love you because it’s a nice gesture, but if you’ve been to a music festival or a Broadway musical, you know how quickly that can become a thing of the past.
In fact, a great way to make this connection is to have it happen before the concert.
And while this might seem obvious, it can be easy to miss the moment when you realize that your audience is also listening to you, and the music is a good, heartfelt tribute to your love for them.
The first step is to create an emotional connection, not just an emotional response.
If you’re in a group of people who are in a love-hate relationship, the first thing you can do is be the one who makes the connection.
So, let’s take the group of musicians who are singing a song and ask them to share their feelings about their performance.
If they can’t share their own feelings, let them be the ones who can.
You can do this by asking questions.
How did they feel about their performances?
How does this song compare to the other ones they’re performing?
If they’re struggling, you can also talk to them about their experience with the other performances, their favorite ones, and so on.
The more you do this, the more you’ll see that you can relate to the musicians and that you’ll be able to understand their reactions to their music.
Then you can say things like, “Well, this one had so much fun!” or, “I can’t believe this performance.”
This isn’t a one-time thing.
You want to make sure that your connection is strong, that you’re willing to go beyond the performance and be able in the moment to share what it’s like to feel in love with your audience.
That’s the first step.
The second step is figuring out how to communicate your love and your relationship.
When you ask a question, you’re saying, “This is what I want to know,” and your audience responds by saying, not only is this what I’m looking for, but it’s what I love.
“In this moment, you need to know that your listeners will be able recognize what it means to you to know you feel the same way.
You also need to give yourself permission to express yourself.
When the song is over, you have to let your audience know you felt it.
You should not let the song go and you should not tell the audience you love them for it.
So the next time the music starts, you may ask, “What did you think?”
The audience should respond, “We liked the way he sang it.”
You’ll have made an emotional bond that lasts a long time.
And if you have, you’ll know you did the right thing.
The next time someone asks you about your performance, be honest about it.
It’s okay to admit that you’ve done something wrong, or that you might have been insensitive, or it’s okay for your audience to say, “You know, we didn’t like how you sang the song, but we thought you were really talented.”
You’re not obligated to do this; you can tell them that.
But it’s also important to remember that the audience should not feel judged or judged badly.
They have a right to know.
You’re being honest about what you’re feeling right now and what you want to say to your audience, and you’re not forcing yourself to be perfect.
The most important thing to remember is that your music will last longer if you do these things.
You’ve got to listen to the music.
You know the song and you know what the right way to play it is.
And as you play, you should let your own feelings be heard.
If someone says, “Your voice is so beautiful,” that’s not what you need; that’s how your audience would hear you.
The song is about something you care about, and if you don’t give your audience that voice, you’ve hurt yourself and that music.
If you want your performance to last longer, you must make sure it’s not just about you.
Your audience is watching you, but they don’t need to be told the truth about what it feels like to