What Does Your Handwriting Say About You?

Or..more interestingly… what do some of our past performers’ handwriting say about THEM?

One of the things we do after every show at Rams Head On Stage is we ask our bands to give us a little feedback about their experience playing in our venue. So, I happen to have some handwriting samples in my possession from some of our recent shows that I thought I would analyze in my spare time and share with you the results.

Handwriting analysis, or Graphology, is the study and analysis of handwriting, especially in relation to human psychology.

NOTE: This is all very scientific. And non-biased, for that matter.

John Corbett – Last played Rams Head On Stage on March 22nd, 2013:

Gosh he’s nice. What we see with this one is the large letters. According to my source (Scientific American Real Simple Magazine), large lettering means one has a big personality. Many celebrities have large handwriting. It may suggest that one is outgoing and likes the limelight.

Johnny Winter – Last played Rams Head On Stage on March 1 & 2, 2013:

Johnny’s handwriting slants to the left. My sources say that he might generally like to work alone or behind the scenes. However if he is right-handed and the handwriting slants to the left, he may be “expressing rebellion”. So next time he’s here on February 15th & 16th of 2014, I will have him fill out another card and observe which hand he writes with. So stay tuned for an update on that one. We will get to the bottom of this.

Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. – Last played Rams Head On Stage on February 6th, 2013:

I believe that Ms. McCoo filled out this comment card. Notice her handwriting has no slant. Again, my very scientific sources say that no slant at all means you tend to be logical and practical. You are guarded with your emotions. ?

Angie Pontani – Last played Rams Head On Stage on December 23rd, 2012, with Burlesque-A-Pades:

She appears to make large loops in some of her lettering. Notice the “L’s”. Here’s what the experts have to say about that:

Full loop for L: You are spontaneous and relaxed and find it easy to express yourself.

Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes – Last played Rams Head On Stage in June of 2013 and they’ll be here again on December 29th, but this comment card is from their date last December in 2012:

John Lyon’s handwriting slants to the right, which could mean  he is “open to the world around him and likes to socialize with other people.” Think that’s accurate? He also does not close off his cursive “e’s”, which my sources say mean an open mind.

So that’s it. That’s all I have for you. Tomorrow I’ll have Eddie Money fill out a card, and then on September 19th I’ll give one to Joe Sample!



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