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Paul Carr Presentation to Culture Welsh Language and Communications Committee: The Live Music Industry in Wales Post Pandemic
The following text is a transcript of the talk that I gave to the Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Commitee in November 2020. Amongst other things, it provides a brief context of the music industries pre and post pandemic, followed … Continue reading
Posted in Covid-19, Live Music, Music Industry Tagged live music industry, live music research, paul carr, Welsh Government, welsh music industry 1 Comment
Covid19 and the Music Industry: Reflections toward the end of June 2020
This is the 3rd blog I have written intending to take stock of the various impacts Covid 19 has had on the music sector. Related news this week included discussions around the initial guidelines proposed concerning musicians returning to work, with … Continue reading
Small Venues and Live Music: Will it Ever be Valued Again?
A recent BBC report indicated how Boris Johnson has set up a task force to work out how smaller venues can be protected in London. Having commissioned the Music Venue Trust to write a report, I am looking forward to the … Continue reading
Posted in Musicology Tagged boris johnson, free music, live music, live music research, london, money, music venue trust, Wales Leave a comment
Live Music For Free: Even during the Olympics!!
Well, it seems ironic that during the week of submitting my report to the Higher Education Academy on the relationships of live Music and Higher Education – a new Facebook Group has been created : a group whose purpose I … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged free, free music, live music, live music research, olympic games, paul carr Leave a comment
The Live Music Industry in Wales: A Snapshot of Findings
The Welsh Music Industry is currently standing at a crossroads: is it always to be reliant on the industrial infrastructure of England? is it always to accept the fact that concert ticket sales are often slow (making the business of … Continue reading
Live Music Research
Here is the powerpoint that has been used in the Forum Meetings for the live music industry research. The presentation has been used as a basis to encourage discussion, which will in turn influence the final report which will be … Continue reading
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The Newport Live Music Scene: how can it regain vibrancy?
I attended a fascinating event in Newport yesterday organised by The Welsh Music Foundation. Its focus attempted to consider reasons behind why a once ‘legendary’ music scene, was now struggling to find an audience. In short, how can ‘vibrancy’ be … Continue reading
Posted in Live Music, Music Industry Tagged Glamorgan, live music, live music research, music research, paul carr, research, TJ's, Welsh Music Foundation 2 Comments