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Today is a drippy, sultry, baked-hot day in my city, and it seems to be much the same across most of the eastern side of North America. So, how does that affect working musicians? Steve Wallace is a veteran Toronto-based jazz bassist, and a great one, and has over the last decade shown that he writes as well about the music as he plays it. Steve has a terrific blog that he doesn't update often enough for my needs (c'mon, Steve!!!: https://wallacebass.com/) but that may be because he's also a contributor to The Wholenote, a music magazine here in Toronto. The summer issue of the usually-monthly mag has one of Steve's slightly off-centre-yet-dead-on musings about life as a working musician in the summer... It has to be universal. Can others add their experiences with the seasons? https://www.thewholenote.com/index.php/newsroom/beatcolumns-sp-2121861476/choral-jazznotes