music industry

Analysts At Goldman Sachs Predict A Big Rebound For The Music Business

By Alyson Camus | May 20, 2020

music revenue will double by 2030

Another Study Showing The Decline Of The Music Industry

By Alyson Camus | July 6, 2015

But you know how bands always say they have to tour to compensate the fact they are not selling albums anymore? As you can see on this graph, the compensation is barely achieved. If you compare bands’ album revenue in the 80’s, today’s successful bands can hardly compensate by touring.

Not With The Band: Musicians Die 25 Years Earlier Than The Rest Of Us

By Alyson Camus | November 4, 2014

Across the seven decades studied, popular musicians’ lifespans were up to 25 years shorter than the comparable US population. Accidental death rates were between five and 10 times greater. Suicide rates were between two and seven times greater; and homicide rates were up to eight times greater than the US population