A jam session is designed for musicians to work together to make good music, regardless of the individual participant’s skill level. Think of it as a stage-learning platform. Listening to each other, giving each other enough space to meet and network, with respect for music and each other.
The jam is not about you: it is about the music and working together on music – and the experience shared with it – as best as possible
Don’t be “the one who…” doesn’t know the key, plays too many solos and too loudly, doesn’t give space to others etc.
When in doubt, consider rules 1 and 2
Finally, everyone is responsible for their own instrument(s) at all times. The organization is not responsible for accidents, theft and/or damages that happen.
There is a time of coming and of going. Before midnight we call it a day.
When you agree with the above principles, feel free to add your name to the list of people below.