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When you perform, how do you keep the crowd interested?

Asked by Kokoro (1424points) July 17th, 2011

I am trying to think of all my favorite bands I enjoy seeing, not only for the music——but more for their presence. They’re usually upbeat, have unique instruments and most of all… funny. What do you think are the ingredients to keeping a crowd’s eyes on you?

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filmfann's avatar

Usually, I remove each item of clothes one at a time, in rhythm with the music.

I have no idea what you’re talking about.

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Axemusica's avatar

I usually say random shit into the mic. Then my singer says some random shit. Then we rock out. Sometimes with our cocks our. (O.O”) I have a game I play with people in the crowd where I just stare and them as long as I can without watching what I’m doing, lol. I dunno, run around, have a good time, don’t get caught up in playing perfectly, it’s for the people.

poisonedantidote's avatar

Eye contact, make sure you look in all directions.

Vocalize your words properly.

Be energetic.

Sunny2's avatar

I try to project, with my face, the meaning of the words I’m singing. I’m in a chorus and have to focus on the director to make us seem more like an ensemble, but I can’t sing a song without thinking of the lyrics. If I sing by myself I can move more and do. I also have more eye contact with the audience then, as @poisonedantidote said. And I enunciate every word, because if the listener can’t understand the words, the song loses meaning.

Scooby's avatar

Bon Scott was probably the best front man that ever was… I suggest you research him :-)

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