Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shivvy, Jul 27, 2016.
great era in music. And it's all over.
Is it gone or has music listening just segmented itself into everyone's personal mp3 player? What is gone is the day when the current music scene was singular and on everyone's radar.
Watching people play video games on the internet is considered the ultimate in cool, whereas rock music is an ancient/non-mainstream concept.....yes, the Apocalypse is already happening....
Deep thoughts with Shiv.
There's tons of good new music (rock) out there...and more accessible than ever. Quit being lazy.
Can you post them for us?
It's hard to find a band that puts out a great album from start to finish. Now it's all about the digital single download. Attention spans are decreasing more rapidly with every new generation.
Saw this on the news this morning.
Rock and roll is here to stay and it will never die
It was meant to be that way though I don't know why
I don't care what people say, rock and roll is here to stay.
was that a Mandy Moore sighting??
I don't know. I don't know who 3/4 of them were. I did recognize Rob Reiner.
All I know is that is some of the shittiest music I have ever heard and this is what they want to use to recruit young voters.
If this is what people who have time and money to go to concerts are listening to there is no chance of a new rock band making it.
trying to get all the liberals that watch that Pitch Perfect and Glee shit out to vote.
Music in the next 10 years will be interesting. There's a whole new generation that's learning to play instruments and they are being raised on the classics. A lot of these kids are really good players too...which makes me realize I fucking suck.
They played the whole song when I saw it on TV.
Hey you can always listen to country music.....oh wait that sucks too