The Music Life

Kenny, Tom
March 2008
Mix;Mar2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p10
The author reflects on the ongoing state of confusion and borderline despair in the music industry because of the fast shift in the culture of social interaction and the culture of music. He states that music is not only about music anymore, but is about lifestyle and about who and what people are. It is stated that music is culture. He stressed that there are still greater potential audiences than ever before.


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