Why pop stars should heed Bob Dylan’s words: they’re just song-and-dance men | Music | theguardian.com

Here’s a link to a great article addressing artist/fan relations and prima donna pop stars, on a music blog from that trusted British news agency The Guardian. Thankfully most of the artists who perform at the local/regional scale know how short their careers would be if they disregarded their audience the way some pop stars do, but it seems like a perennial problem at the national and international scales of the music world, both among artists and among the various producers, managers and support staff that work behind the scenes for ‘famous’ musicians.

Most ‘famous’ people from just 10 years ago are nearly forgotten now, and treating fans badly seems like a great way to speed oneself along towards being deservedly forgotten.

Why pop stars should heed Bob Dylan’s words: they’re just song-and-dance men | Music | theguardian.com.

 

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1 Response to Why pop stars should heed Bob Dylan’s words: they’re just song-and-dance men | Music | theguardian.com

  1. Attitude makes a difference to me. I don’t understand how some of these “stars” keep drawing crowds

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