Scott Billington

Clark, Rick
September 2006
Mix;Sep2006, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p50
This article presents an interview with Scott Billington, vice president of Rounder Records. When asked to comment on hurricane Katrina after one year, he states that on the surface everything looks good but a lot of infrastructure was destroyed. He is concerned about the fabric of the community, and whether the people who moved out can survive in any other place. He states that for more roots oriented music we need compelling musicians and music that inspires people.


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