Ep. 221 Rock and Roll Is Dead Article, a Great Opinion Piece but Weak on Facts.
This week’s episode #221 we comment on a recent article ROCK AND ROLL IS DEAD, AND EVEN AXL & SLASH CAN’T SAVE IT by Kristy Loye in the HoustonPress. Yeah another person claiming rock is dead. Only in this case we really question what Kristy is saying, if she understands the music business and has any idea how playlists are curated on streaming services. It is a great opinion piece for sure, but not very factual.
You can read the article at http://www.houstonpress.com/music/rock-and-roll-is-dead-and-even-axl-and-slash-cant-save-it-8044236
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As a teenager in the Pacific Northwest, Jay Gilbert smuggled his Canon AE-1 into rock concerts to get the perfect shot of the likes of Van Halen, Queen and Cheap Trick. After college, he toured as a musician gaining invaluable experience in what it takes to create and promote an album. He later translated that knowledge as an executive with Universal, Sony and Warner Music Groups.
He moved to San Francisco and finally to Los Angeles for Universal Music where he worked for 18 years, most recently as VP New Media for Universal Music Enterprises. Jay has been on the cutting edge of Digital Sales & Marketing with Universal, Starbucks, Fox and Warner Music. It is this unique perspective as a musician, music executive, and fan that makes Jay‘s approach to Online Marketing artist-friendly.
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Originally published at michaelbrandvold.com on January 8, 2016.