Dating a musician is a lot like communism: It sounds good in theory, but in practice, it can leave you cold and frustrated, eating canned beets for dinner.Whether we’re talking about caterwauling coffeehouse singer-songwriters or first-chair concert violinists, musicians simply aren’t like other people.If you're considering dating a musician, get informed: a few of your favorite things may start to fall a little flat. Here are ten things that aren't so fun anymore when you're dating a musician.Dating a musician isn't all backstage passes and serenades.Sure, your guitar-wielding lover may get you into cool shows and write you sweet love songs, but they may also turn life's simple joys into smoldering piles of garbage. People will hit on them after shows and you will usually be there watching it happen. Also your shoes will always be sticky now and I do not have a solution. They will go on tour and boom — now they are invisible. OK, I just need to say in all the caps in the world: This.
You get free tickets to their gigs, full access to a musical library that will rock your socks off, and their talent will never cease to amaze (and entertain) you.
No matter his/her instrument of choice or musical genre, you know a relationship with a musician is like no other.