This week we’re delving deep to unlock the secret to longevity in the music industry.
In the turgid climate of the music industry, it can be hard for an artist to remain relevant with modern audiences. But how does one adapt their music without compromising their artistic identity and alienating their loyal fan base. This week we’d like to hear your take on this.
So the question is: In the ever changing climate of the music industry, how do singers such as Elton John, Bruce Springsteen & Madonna achieve longevity in their careers.
Great Comments from last week:
Last week Craig asked: In your opinion, what is the finest line of lyrics ever written?
Jenna James commented…
“Open your eyes now is the time to rise up with darkness we’ll still shine. Idolized and Despised wrong or right we’ll make it through to the other side”.
Nick Cambron posted…
“The senoritas no care-o when there’s no dinero. I’ve got no reason to stay. – Zac Brown Band”.
Shane Griffiths wrote..
“everything’s dissolving babe, according to plan
The sky is on fire, the dead are heaped across the land
I went to bed last night and my moral code got jammed
I woke up this morning with a frappucino in my hand..”
Ha! try beating jolly old nick cave eh
Lorraine Crolla wrote…
“What you own is your own kingdom,
What you do is your own glory,
What you love is your own power,
What you live is your own story”.
Insightful discussion this week guys. Please keep posting, commenting and keeping this forum alive!
All the best, C x