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Pricing philosophy

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For years I made a living playing at universities.

One time a college far away in Ohio, about a 12-hour drive, asked what I would charge to do a two-hour show.

I said, “$1500”.

They said, “Oh, that’s a bit too much. What would you charge to do just a one-hour show?”

I said, “$2000”.

They said, “No, wait, you’ll be performing less, not more!”

I said, “Yeah! Exactly! What you’re paying me for is to get there! Once I’m there, playing music is the

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