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Sadly, the groupies are trying to weasel their way into the VIP at Gansevoort to get a glimpse at Trey Songz, not come to your show at some hole-in-the-wall joint. Let me further explain why actual dating as a musician is so hard.My opinion is that most men are doing it totally wrong. Therefore, the one thing that I’m always lacking is time.Marriage is about the union of two people, building together. I'd love it if my husband had some kind of artistic interest..fishing considered artistic?That can be building on your common interests as well as building on your individuality, complimented by each other. But on the other hand..we were both artists, who would earn a living?Before I even get into it, let me properly preface this with some important context. To every non-musician reading this, you’re just an outsider looking in. Here are some of the most common false truths about musicians when it comes to dating, especially for up-and-coming musicians: • Musicians/Artists get TONS of gorgeous women falling for them. Now I’ll be honest, I have my fair share of female supporters, but nothing comes close to an official ‘groupie’.

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I’ll be writing this article based on my personal experience as a single male musician.

This was after many failed attempts at casual dating. (Who am I kidding — it’s a popular hookup app.) My profile mentioned that I had just gotten out of a serious relationship and was looking for something with no strings attached.

But after the second time of meeting up for casual sex, I realized I could see myself liking this guy.

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This is partly due to the fact that a relationship’s success is generally determined through its longevity, the most successful being “until death do us part.” The very nature of a causal relationship goes against this premise.