This forum represents but a sliver of the Beatles Rockband community. For the most part, we are the super-devoted, nerdy Beatles fans, the geeky game-crazed rockers, the ones spending more time than average actually playing this game. Most of the players we encounter online are not. But that doesn't mean they can't help raise the experience for each of us, and we for them.
Here are three small things we all can do to make our online sessions more fun.
Most random sessions online for me seem to be with folks who don't have mics, or who have them on, but don't say a word. That's probably to many people's liking, but I think there are many of us who like a little conversation with other fans now and then. I always start a new online session with my mic on, and at least say "hi guys" when we start up. If no one responds, I'll take off the headset, but at least those who are shy about talking may come out of their shell and engage me. This may also encourage others to start hooking up the headsets.
All it takes if for one member of your band to be missing Abbey Road, and none of the songs are playable for your session. 9 times out of 10 this is the case for me. The more people who download, the more content ALL of us get while online. When the songs are not available, I usually just offer something like "Hey, you guys should download Abbey Road. There are some great songs there, and they're really fun to play!"
It's all too familiar. Sitting in a room with two guitarists and a drummer and no vocalist. Sit for a couple of extra minutes just to make sure, then give up, and go on without. My suggestion is to pick up the mic and sing a few from time to time, even if it's not your favorite. If we all did this just a little bit, we'd all find full bands more easily whenever we played. Not to mention, singing is a lot of fun!