Celebrating its 15th year, Kevin Lyman presented to music industry press and fans what to expect from Warped this summer, including top bands making an impact.
Vans Warped Tour Kick-off Party Symbolic of What to Expect from Summer’s Largest and Longest Musical Tour
Blender, the Music Mag, Ceases Print, Goes Online
Retail Round-Up: U2’s Pop-up Shop Opens in Urban Outfitters Space15Twenty; Japanese Fruits Magazine Opens Store in Shinjuku; Spain’s Mango Expands; Gap Declines; J. Crew Squeezes
Changing Preferences in Music Venues, Formats, and Shows Quantify Where Things are Headed Not Only for Future Live Music Draws, but Sponsorship Opportunities
A new generation of music fans are demanding significant changes in where and what format works best for them.
It’s So 80’s Fly It Hurts
Shaved sides of the head, ties, ducky shoes, unitards, hipster rap -the mash-up new form has overtaken the original, people.
The Impact of the Grammy’s, Ticket Sales, and Sources of New Music on Youth Culture Markets
While Ticketmaster and Live Nation talk merger, AEG looks to the future, the Grammy’s rock mainstream media, and underground sources of new music bubble-up for a new generation of fans.
China Youth Culture Study Provides New Global Insight Forecasts for New Markets in Fashion, Technology, Entertainment, Sports, Music, New Media, Video Gaming, Lifestyles
Music Festival Season Kicks-off with Coachella, the First of Summer, Announcing Line-up and Lay-Away Ticket Plan
Music festivals and tours stay somewhat recession-proof, which sponsors are catching onto and music fans are saving for.
LA’s Indie 103.1 and Steve Jones'”Jonesy’s Jukebox” Go Off the Air -So What Happens When the Best Indie Radio Stations Shutter?
Indie radio, the latest victim from the old-school ad-based business model, has become an endangered species.