Long gone is the local record store. Vinyl records--albums--are antiques that you now purchase on eBay. And concerts no longer require a night out at the local venue; you just go to YouTube and watch some download from an iPhone. Making music in the 21st
century doesn't mean you go into a studio and record songs. You can now record your songs on a phone.
A lot has changed, and in his book the author talks about navigating through the changing landscape. He describes where music came from in its infancy; how labels were being run by suits; the unholy rise of MTV; and the entrance of the digital age.
It's a terrific book aimed not only at the musician but at the consumer as well. It will describe
"How to Make Money in Today's Music World" and how to distribute, promote and market your music. It's everything you wanted to know--and a lot you probably didn't want to hear--about the current world of music.