I'll be the first nay-sayer here.
No matter how well I played, no matter how well the band played as a collective, no matter how many people we played well to, I cannot wait to get home and get to bed. Hell, I have to fight to stay awake on the way home half the time!
I don't think I've ever experienced this phenomenon known as "gig-phoria".
I'm sorry for you. Seriously.
And - not even During the gig? While playing, do you ever occasionally catch those special moments while performing - getting something that feels like chills or a powerful emotion?
This can be a secondary topic in the thread. The first was about the feeling you get after the gig and the next day.
This other topic can be:
Do any of you ever get a peak powerful feeling while performing? I'm not going to say it happens often. It doesn't for me. It is rare. But every once in a while, everything comes together, you can feel the love from the audience, and something very powerful comes over me while playing. A very beautiful feeling that almost escapes words. Almost can bring me to tears, to be honest.
I probably TMI'd. Does anyone ever feel something like that?
Edited by NYFrank, 13 June 2018 - 01:38 PM.