Hit songs in the 1950s had plenty of guitar. The early 1960s? Not so much. But a few artists did carry the torch until the Beatles arrived.
Steve Miller has been entertaining fans for decades. But over the years, his act hasn’t changed much, and neither has his attitude.
There’s no denying the music industry changes that have taken place over the last century. But what can cure the formulaic nature of today’s music?
Our music tells us, though not always clearly, what’s ahead. It always has. What is today’s music saying about tomorrow?