As annoying as dad jokes can be, we’re all guilty of laughing at one or two. And though we’re used to hearing the traditional dad jokes, music dads are in a world of their own! Here are some of our favorite¬†musical dad jokes that you”’ definitely roll your eyes at.

The Best Musical Dad Jokes

Me: I’m practicing.
Dad: Hi practicing, I’m Dad.

 

Me: I’m learning this new Baroque piece and it’s really hard.
Dad: Well, maybe you should fix it!

 

Today during practice my daughter said, “I think at measure 46 I need to add a breath mark,” and I broke into tears. 16 years old and she still doesn’t know my name is David.

 

Today my son asked for a Steinway and I said no. He called me the cheapest dad in the world. I’m not buying it.

 

The urge to sing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” is always just a whim away, a whim away, a whim away…

 

A thief broke into my studio last night looking for money. I decided to look with him.

 

I met a nice girl at a concert last night and asked her to call me when she made it home. She must be homeless.

 

Back in the day, I got my photo taken with REM. That’s me in the corner.

 

Singing in the shower is all fun and games until you get soap in your mouth. Then it becomes a soap opera.

 

I strained a finger today playing the piano. But on the other hand, I’m fine.

 

My neighbor rang my doorbell at 3 am. Can you believe it? Luckily, I was still up playing the drums.

 

When I was young, I wanted to play the guitar really badly. After years of hard work, perseverance, and practice, I can play the guitar really badly.

 

Nurse: Your wrist is broken.
Dad: Will I ever be able to play the piano?
Nurse: Yes.
Dad: Great! I couldn’t play before.
(@1flakeofSnow – Twitter)

 

“Where are the other 19 pilots?” – My dad at a 21 pilots concert.
(@doabweekes РTwitter) 

 

What is made out of brass and sounds like Tom Jones? Trombones.


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