Hey man, there is nothing wrong with doing your own thing. It can be tough to find the right group of people to play music with as everyone has their own opinions on how things should sound, and there is always the inflated ego problem that lead singers tend to be most susceptible to. Ultimately you only really need to play for you...
I'm another currently-bandless musician. While I'd rather do my woodshedding in seclusion, I miss a). the camaraderie of playing with a group, and b). the thrill of sharing a performance with an appreciative audience.
Nope. Not in a band or other musical group atm. Probably never will be again. Have been priviledged during my life to share very intense musical communication with some incredibly talented and self-examing artists.
I have a band, we're a two piece, female fronted electronic rock band out of Madison, WI called Sensuous Enemy. We're both ex-christians and Jai's lyrics reflect that (when they're not about sex.) Check us out sometime: www.sensuousenemy.com www.myspace.com/sensuousenemy