In our 55th episode, the pod dives into band members turned solo acts. Similar to last week’s episode, we ask all the questions we want answers to. Why do band members go solo? Is it long lived? How do the fans react? Jack White, Frank Turner, City and Colour, Chris Cornell, Jason Isbell, and Dashboard Confessional get the nod this week.
Other topics include: Are shows secretly coming back? (according to Ticketmaster they are), are concerts on wheels here to stay?, and a reaction to Spotify’s recent Loud and Clear initiative.
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(On the episode: (0:00) Podcast intro. (1:42) Ticketmaster releasing tickets. (11:54) Wonderbus - concert on wheels. (16:24) Reaction to Spotify’s transparency efforts ‘Loud and Clear.’ (31:16) Main segment: Riding Solo - band members turned solo acts).
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