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Do not bogart her attention at shows (see Proper Show Behavior).
In fact, do not bogart her attention ever, but especially from people within her music community. After all, it is likely the reason you were attracted to her in the first place.
And it’s normal to have practice more than once a week. Do not assume everyone loves your boyfriend’s band. Don’t make out with other band members girlfriends at the bar. The shirt is fine, but must you break out the hat, the hoodie, AND the stickers on your ass? No rumpshaka dances during the show, that is unless your man is in 2 Live Crew. Do not change your style based on the type of band you date. Never cause a fight right before your man goes on stage. Don’t buy your man a new intrument so he and his band mates can match.
Don’t turn yourself into a walking flyer for your boyfriend’s band.
Do not beg her, in your infinite neediness, to stay home from band practice.
Do not yell at her and tell her scornfully that the band is more important than you are (if it more important, you'll find out the hard way).
People will hit on them after shows and you will usually be there watching it happen. All of these tips work just as well for girlfriends of male musicians too, by the way.Or girlfriends of girlfriends, or boyfriends of boyfriends -- whatever turns you on, as they say. Don't Yoko Ono Seriously, it's the biggest cliché in the book -- do you want to be a part of it? She works very hard, but she is not always better than the rest of her band.She does not need to branch out and gain more recognition and individual praise from the music community.That is what you are there for (see The Support Factor).