The popular guitar YouTuber, James James (formerly "privettricker" ) had a question and answer session on his channel recently where he answered a few questions. For those unfamiliar with him, he does demos of popular classic songs and some teaching/breakdown of the songs. He particularly does Zeppelin, Stones, Beatles, but many others as well. A viewer asked him if kept up and listened to newer music and his response was "no". He explained that the back catalog of music he wants to explore and learn is so vast that he doesn't have time to keep up with new music. I think that's a good description of my feelings as well. I am sure there are some interesting new artists and with great songs but I haven't finished exploring the older stuff. I have learned but not necessarily mastered hundreds of songs. I have created backing tracks for well over a hundred classic tunes. I am simply not done with those plus there are hundreds more songs that I want to learn. There's also a lot of music of older artists that I missed or didn't appreciate back in the day. The bottom line is, for me, when it comes to newer music (as great as it may be) "ain't nobody got time that!"