Posts filed under “Music”
I can’t get an Apple Watch, but every celebrity known to man has been seeded one to make them look cool. Who’s using who? And if you think it’s the musicians who are coming out ahead, you own no Apple stock. Used to be different. Players weren’t rich. They were in it for the dope,…Read More
The price? A COOL TEN BILLION! It had to happen. Apple’s stock rises when it has a monopoly. And despite all the iPhone profits, Android has greater worldwide market share. This is not the iPod revolution, wherein a seamless hardware/software combination, of iPod iTunes and FairPlay DRM, ensured that no other player could gain traction….Read More
Last week we saw Sarah McLachlan setlist Kings Theatre, Brooklyn; the show was as a delightful as she is.
A few snaps from the show and the setlist are below, but be sure to check out the pictures of the newly renovated 1929 Kings theater after the jump — its spectacular.
MONEY We’re impressed when you make it, and continue to make it. The more zeros the better. CONTINUITY Momentary blips are not stars, they’re comets. If you don’t last, especially in today’s overloaded, evanescent world, you’re irrelevant. DO IT YOURSELF Screw the millennial teamwork/group construct. We want to see individuals triumph, it’s the American Way….Read More
Last week, Roben Farzad turned the tables and gave me the full podcast treatment on his show, Full Disclosure Radio. He was gracious and way too complementary. (Remind me one day to explain how the whole horse thing came about).
It was a fun conversation. We chatted for about an hour, and if the feed wasn’t scheduled to cut off, we probably could have gone another hour. You can download it on iTunes, stream it on Soundcloud, or just click after the jump to listen.
Every now and again, being reminded what its like on the other side of the interview is good for my MiB process. Be sure to give it a listen.
Once upon a time live albums were de rigueur, part of the cycle, a way to cash in on fans and those who want to hear all the greatest hits in one place at one time. But then the internet destroyed album sales and you were able to see endless performances on YouTube and live…Read More