Thoughts On Music: “Simple Song of Freedom” by Tim Hardin, Woodstock 50

This past Saturday I woke up late; I spent Friday night designing my mini-podcast logo and revamping my website. I put on a Woodstock playlist to internally and personally celebrate the 50th anniversary on the weekend it occurred. Throughout my existence, I've felt so close to Woodstock, even though I've never experienced it. The closest … Continue reading Thoughts On Music: “Simple Song of Freedom” by Tim Hardin, Woodstock 50

Album of the Day: Back To Black by Amy Winehouse (10-Year Anniversary)

Happy 10 years to Back To Black. I love Amy. Obsessed, actually. She's recapped my less-than-desriable love life from 18-26 - and so perfectly. I started with her catalog at this album with "Tears Dry On Their Own," and am obsessed with everything she has done, down to the B-sides, the demos, the "hidden treasures." Anyone who … Continue reading Album of the Day: Back To Black by Amy Winehouse (10-Year Anniversary)

Ticket Scalpers and Resellers

As soon as pre-sales and on-sales drop for highly-anticipated musical acts, hundreds of thousands of tickets flood to secondary ticketing websites at double-to-decuple the original price. I've spent the past two years of my life on the management-side of the music industry, and have witnessed the soulless side of ticket scalping from a statistical standpoint, until … Continue reading Ticket Scalpers and Resellers