“I think the approach I take to playing the trumpet is the same as I take with management,” he said. “You want to be prepared, to be friendly and helpful, and to surround yourself with people who are good at their jobs. If you do this good things will happen and you will have fun.
“It’s like that with Mannheim. Everything has gone really well every time I have worked with them. When we do a big advertising campaign for a show, we want to have the same experience: to make sure everything is fine and have fun. “
‘Weird Al’ returns to Lincoln for Lied Center show
Boring was doing a bit of both-job Monday afternoon, working on marketing campaigns in his home office, then chasing his cat when he practiced the roles he was going to play on Tuesday.
“I bounce between them,” he said. “I have all the horns on the stands, so I bring in a few notes.” “
After wrapping up the Tuesday afternoon performance at around 5 p.m., Boring and the band returned to the stage for a sold-out show at 7:30 p.m. The 3 p.m. show nearly sold out, bringing Tuesday’s total attendance to over 4,200 – the biggest for any event at Lied since March 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Boring has two more shows in Mannheim this week – at the Orpheum on Wednesday and Thursday. Next, the touring group from Mannheim will travel to California, and they’ll be back in Lincoln, setting up marketing campaigns for upcoming Lied events, starting with comedian Patton Oswalt’s appearance on January 7 and returning. from the St. Louis Symphony on January 13. .