I'm reading lots of articles and posts complaining about the state of commercial radio. One particular complaint (and there are many) is that the music on FM is becoming very unappealing. Why? My first reaction is that it seems that terrestrial radio stations and advertising are catering to only younger audiences. This doesn't make sense to me since most of the younger generation doesn't get their music from terrestrial radio. I would think that this medium could really diver
Growing up in the sixties and seventies, a transistor radio was a necessity. Not one, but as many as I could get my hands on! I used one in my house, I took one with me when I went on vacation and another one that went to the beach with me. During this time, the transistor was our only way to make music, news and information portable. We didn't mind the tinney sound quality because that's all we knew at the time. We were also limited to hearing the local stations in the area.
s states begin reopening, we have to get used to new procedures when it comes to retail establishments, hotels and restaurants but what about concerts? Unfortunately social distancing will be very difficult to achieve during a concert so for now most concerts are postponed until at least 2021. The latest are The Doobie Bros. who announced that their 50th anniversary is postponed until 2021. Here's the story from RTT Music news. The Doobie Brothers announced that their 50th An