Music Matters

The BBC report on a new campaign that aims to steer fans away from file-sharing: "Blur's manager Chris Morrison… said music must have a monetary value if artists are to follow in the footsteps of Kate Bush or Bob Dylan and "come out of the blue and do something incredibly radical"…

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  1. I attended a digital music conference in Devon today, where people like Billy Bragg, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien and 80s pop star Howard Jones all seemed to agree that people who file-share are mostly fans – the people most likely to buy product, pay for concert tickets, merch etc. In Billy Bragg’s words “I don’t think it’s a very good idea to put your fans in jail.”

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