We, as supporting worship leaders should have more awareness of the great task we have been trusted with; pointing others to Jesus.
If we keep quiet even the rocks will praise him because He is worthy. He invites us to be a part of worshiping Him and that is why we do what we do! Not to be noticed.
We should constantly look for things we can do to better serve our leaders and band members.
In most cases, we get plenty of peripheral motivation to be a help to our worship leaders. It could be a good career move for us, we may be reciprocating our worship leader’s kindness to us, etc. But the ultimate origin of all worship is the cross of Jesus. In this, he made himself more available than we could ever imagine a perfect God to be.
Paul makes clear that every part of the body is necessary, and we should never strive to be an eye if we are hands. Faithful service to your role, like exercise, will strengthen that part of the body, and those muscles will eventually become indispensable.
Musicians, if the Lord has you serving under a worship leader, you are meant to do just that: serve faithfully. There may come a day when you are the one casting vision and leading the team, but until that day, your call is to serve the vision of the worship leader as he leads others in the pursuit of Christ.