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Robert Cray on the Music Industry in the face of Copying

As reported here:

AP: Speaking of technology, how has the band been affected by the digital turn the music industry’s taken?

Cray: Not too many people get the million-selling plaques anymore and all that stuff like that. And a lot of bands survived just on selling records and didn’t think about touring so much. And a lot of bands based their whole careers on just getting that one hit. But it has affected a band such as ours, but only in a different way. I mean, it would nice to have had the same kind of sales more recently as we had in the past, but we started playing in bars and as long as it’s fun, we’ll continue to do so.

[Against Monopoly cross-post]

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