Ted Gioia’s Predictions About the Future of Music

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  1. radiocaster

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    There is some overlap. Someone told me that in Berlin metal shows have afterparties that feature gothic rock on vinyl. And 80s dance parties are a thing in lots of places. However, I don't think it puts an end to live music.
     
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    I guess that TDPRI John, if asked, not wanting to appear dim-witted, would have predicted that the next 10 years would not include extensions of existing trends.
     
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    TDPRI John still has hopes for rockabilly.
     
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    At least because it includes pearl snap shirts and jeans; new wardrobe not required.
     
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    Have you seen the promos for Battle of the Cover Bands, or whatever it’s called? Produced by Jimmy Fallon. It’s going to make 15-minute stars out of some members of the tribute band industry.
    Btw, I saw Journey:Resurrection a few weeks ago. They totally nailed Journey’s sound and look. I’m not a tribute band fanboy, but I was impressed.
     
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