How many hours can you sing?

How many hours can you sing?

Answer: None. As soon as your lips touch the floor, you must stop. You may not sing all night, but at least 24 hours must pass before you start again.

What are the most common mistakes?


Answer: Never play your harmonica or your harmonica alone. Play with other players, but never in a group. You may have a great time but you can’t get it done that way.

Do you mind people calling you the “Grandmaster”?

Answer: Not unless they’re actually trying to help you. Unless you enjoy playing with your friends, this should be discouraged, even if you hear people doing so. If someone has a question, then ask them, politely. They will then do everything they can to help you if that’s what they want to do.

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