Walk the Line

At present we can not even trust the music direct to save. Record companies no longer betting on new talent, have ceased to make and sell records, the distributors have noted a huge decline in workload in recent years, the closure of many small record stores and music-related businesses, but all clutched to direct us. “The directive is now being done to counterbalance and keeps the air still in the music business,” we said almost too much to try cr enoslo not have a catastrophic vision of the music business, but now even that. And it is not working as it should, not because they have groups willing to be the skin on the road playing every other day also in cities and towns throughout our geography, not because they have ceased to be patron saint, those that Esther throughout the year to see our favorite artist or group, not because people have stopped paying (often exorbitant) by going to a concert. The fault of course, is public administration.The municipalities do not meet the payments and as we read yesterday in keynote (I recommend that you ech is a look at that article) is not no joke. ‘ The municipalities have a debt of tens of millions for performances and this, although it may sound topicazo, is the fish that bites its tail. If the municipalities do not pay, the promoters, concert organization agencies, recruitment agencies and artists are not paid, etc … And if there’s money can not make further investment in concerts. Less roundabouts, less often meaningless work, less play the moral to the people who do pay their taxes religiously when he plays and pay what they owe.

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