According to research, Baby Boomers feel that music provides a bridge to young people.
The usual music preference is dependent on when the listener grew up. Apart from the occasional revived hit, there doesn’t seem to be much agreement on what constitutes excellent music.
The key to bridging any gap is not pretending there is no gap. The setting is different. The people are different. The music is different.
Acknowledge there is a gap, and then the bridging can commence. Set aside the argument of which era is best, and then maybe, just maybe, common ground can be found.
When it does happen, it will be music to everyone’s ears.
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