Posted June 7th, 2017 at 12:52 pmNo Comments Yet
Last year was a painful reminder of the mortality of the music industry’s biggest acts. And sadly, it’s just the beginning. Fifty percent of last year’s top 100 grossing acts are over 50 years old. So what will happen to the concert business when they’re no longer around? And what role will music festivals play in the concert business of the future? In this episode of Musonomics, Larry Miller speaks with a representative from The Wall Street Journal and Forbes about the future of the live music industry and rock’s demographic crisis.
Some of the topics covered in this podcast on the present and future of the concert and festival business include:
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