John Fogerty has a new album out, "Wrote a Song for Everyone." Here's the way he should have done it.
The global EDM Industry is now worth more than $4.5 billion. Wasn't the music business supposed to be dead?
Isn't it interesting that the Cupertino company is replicating the flaw of the major labels, holding onto a past paradigm, a veritable cash cow, until it is trumped by somebody living in the future.
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Musicians are trying to sell out, get in bed with the Fortune 500, whereas food doesn't scale that way, it's an end unto itself. It used to be that way in music, before everybody got a scent and a…
I'm standing onstage thinking about the unlikelihood of the band having another hit and I realize Daryl Hall found a way out. Via his TV show, "Live From Daryl's House."
Kid Rock's goal was to give back. To return concert-going to what it once was. A regular habit as opposed to a vacation.
That which you hate today you're gonna love tomorrow. And you're gonna love "Get Lucky." And the person who's gonna hook you is Nile Rodgers.
The album is an antiquated construct that fits the modern era not at all but it sustains because it's the only way artists and labels have figured out how to make money.
You think you want overnight success, but you really don't. You want the gradual build, you want fans to embrace you, to become invested in you.
The Internet blew a hole in the music business so wide that those still in it can't see it.