In case you didn’t see it on my last post, “Kreator- Flag of Hate,” I have spent the past four days in the fabulous Northern English city of Newcastle Upon Tyne for a small vacation. Mrs. 80smetalman is in love with the city and I guess so am I on a lesser scale. After taking […]A Triumphant Return for Live Music! — 80smetalman’s Blog
Along with our civil liberties, a casualty of The Age of The Virus has been live music. I’ve written about the strains the lockdowns placed on musicians frequently (including my many Bandcamp Friday posts), and have even hosted two front porch concerts to get around venue closures (and, it seems, the increasing number of venues […]The Joy of Live Music — The Portly Politico
With little to no money being made from recorded music, musicians have been drawn to live performance as it’s rather difficult to download a performance onto your phone – especially if you want to also have the couple to a couple of hundred thousand people to add to the atmosphere.
This has also meant that live performances on television have made somewhat of a comeback so that people can see who can actually cut in live.
Enter The Set. A weekly tv show that doesn’t do too much other than show case live music.
That sounds good to me.