By identifying the forces at play in the world of music and the behaviors that are driving those forces, one can identify particular patterns that support current trends. By looking forward to what the future of music may encompass, this presentation aims to provide Carhartt, with valuable insight that will help the brand as a whole, cater to the future of urban millenials.

Laura Curry Aycock on Dec 17, 2012

Category: Digital Media, Music, Think Tank

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One Response to “The Future Of Music”

  1. idaman says:

    You seem to like music Barry, then you’ll love “How Music Works” by David Byrne

    http://www.amazon.com/How-Music-Works-David-Byrne/dp/1936365537/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1356217931&sr=8-1&keywords=how+music+works

    And, as *everyone* knows, the Talking Heads were waaaayyyy better than the Rolling Stones!

    ~~~

    BR: I started reading it a few weekends ago, and mentioned it in one of our recent holiday shopping lists.