MCG: Will Indie Artists Find Someone Else who Cares ?
I Don’t Think you realize how important WHISNews21 is to you
The Music City Ghost [File #99] 2015: For 6 months now I have been prowling the streets of Nashville, reporting what I see and have heard concerning the state of Country Music in what was once known as THE COUNTRY MUSIC CAPITAL OF THE WORLD. I have recently realized why there have been very precious few comments on my articles. It is because they are mainly written about all the wrong things that INDIE artists are doing. Since we know the MAJOR stars only visit WHISNews21 when there is a story about them, then that leaves all the INDIE artists as the readers. No one wants to hear daily about everything they are doing wrong. The problem is I can’t find any good news about things that INDIE artists are doing, they seem to think they don’t need to tell their stories. Think of it like this….During the WORLD SERIES all of the focus and news are on the MAJOR League playoffs. There is little or no press on the Minor Leagues. During the CMA Awards once again all the focus and press is centered around the MAJOR stars to see who will take home the biggest prize. The INDIE artists at best might have a seat way in the back of the arena if they can afford to buy a ticket. So where is the justification as a journalist to report on what the Indies are doing? I have spent 6 months reporting on INDIE artists and the state that Country Music is in. A very small number of people have commented positive or negative about the stories. I have finally realized why. It is because I believe people have giving up trying to defend their COUNTRY and most people, and please note I did not say all, are just like the song, Me Myself and I. For all the INDIE artists who frequent WHISNews21 everyday I hope you realize how important WHISNews21 is to you. They are the only ones who would report little bits of news on the Indie’s. What more can I say…..
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