Just to add....
I finished IMRT a year agao (almost to the day!).... I found walking a lot in the evening helped ward of the fatigue I starting feeling about half way thru the treatments....
I had a little bit of urinary and bowel discomfort, but my doc was very good about helping me stay ahead of the side effects
A year later, I get a little stress incontinence and have to wear a pad every now and then. Like you, I'm an part time pianist and gig on the weekends... I have a Kurzweil PC2 that's a littlle heavy---- I find when I lug it around a lot, I'm a little drippy for a day or two---nothing horrible.... Last two PSA have been undectable...so far, so good....
FYI, I just noticed the Sloan-Kettering site updated their nonograms to include a salvage radiation progression probablility.... according to to the table, my chance at being progression-free at 6 years post-surg is 80%---- which ain't bad...
You can find the nongram at http://www.mskcc.org/mskcc/html/10088.cfm
Age 47 - pre-surgury PSA 39
Open Radical Prostatectomy 6/9/2006
Pathological Stage T3a, Positive Surgical Margin
PSA rose to .24 in November of 2006
6 month hormone therapy initiated December 1. 2006
36 sessions of IMRT Ended Feb 1, 2007
PSA as of May 25, 2007 undetectable
PSA as of November 29, 2007 undetectable
Next PSA May of 2008