Here is a great follow up to yesterday’s post in which Pete Townshend called Apple’s iTunes a digital vampire. Artists perspective versus the business perspective. Special thanks to @kickshuffle for e-mailing me this link. Follow that blog for more great music insight http://kickshuffle.com/ also on twitter @kickshuffle.
Another counter argument to Mr. Townshend, from another good blog.
Pete Townshend of ‘The Who’ calls iTunes a digital vampire….Happy day after Halloween
Interesting stuff here. Could Apple enter the talent management market for up and coming bands, providing insight on how best to manage the digital music market? I don’t know about all that….
Happy Monday everyone, while I am busy in classes all day check out the following:
Intersting interview with Red Light Management exec, a firm that manages tons of high-profile musical acts.
Also check out the video of the day….Gary Clark Jr. performs Bright Lights at the Crossroads Music Festival. I recently saw him and his band perform at a small venue in downtown Charlottesville and the show blew me away. Anyway enjoy this clip with some epic guitar soloing.
Pretty interesting piece relating technology, developments in the music industry, and how Phish has acted like a start-up to mitigate challenges in the age of filesharing and digital music.
Welcome to the Stilllwaiting blog. Here are a couple songs or links to songs to kickstart your Sunday and celebrate the release of Phish’s 1997 Hampton, VA run.
First up: Mike’s Song>I am Hydrogen> Weekapaug Groove (Hampton, VA 1997)
Second: AC/DC Bag>Slave to the Traffic Light (Hampton, VA 1997)
Makisupa Policeman>Night Nurse>Makisupa Policeman (Manchester, NH 2010)