The great illusion of streaming for 90% of artists: 50% of music artists only take a few euros
2020 THE FENDERS GOLDEN YEAR! Fender is selling more guitars in 2020 than in its entire history! Let’s talk about Fender which, together with Gibson, the 2 brands that have marked the history of electric guitars. Fender Musical Instruments Corporation is the world’s foremost manufacturer of guitars, basses, amplifiers, and related equipment. With an illustrious history dating back to 1946, Fender has touched and transformed music worldwide and in nearly every genre: rock ‘n’ roll, country and western, jazz, rhythm and blues, and many others.
Orange Terror ST/AMP The review…the real one
In the jungle of power amp pedals, one screams louder than many others is the Orange TERROR ST/AMP.
We have unpacked and tested it well and the result is excellent.
Innovative startup MelodyVR acquired NAPSTER for $ 70 million
Acquisition by a company that broadcasts virtual reality concerts will offer a “next generation” service.
Facebook Live Performing Musicians now can monetize their music on FB.
A Visual Evolution of The Chemical Brothers – Adam Smith, co-creative director of the live show The Chemical Brothers, recounts two iconic Glastonbury performances from 2000 and 2019 in this video published by BBC MUSIC.
Lollapalooza will be streaming free on YouTube from July 30-August 2 – Lollapalooza celebrates live music with Lolla2020 virtual festival exclusively on YouTube, to include music performances by PAUL MCCARTNEY, METALLICA and other
ZIO LIVE a music venue born of passion. Passion is the main ingredient of any new project especially in music, and the story of ZIO LIVE is born almost casually from passion.
Coke Studio Sessions the virtual concert project organized by Coca Cola with the partnership of #BeApp
It was July 13, 1985 – The first LIVE AID Rock Concert; 35 years ago today, the greatest concert of all time took place: when the world made an extraordinary success at the first ‘Live Aid’ rock concert for charity.
Nowadays we are all a bit monks, locked in our cells to meditate on the future of the world asking ourselves what about our skills and consequently our lives