Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2004
The current music industry slump affords the best summer yet to meet your favorite artists and musicians. With the continuing trend to consolidate record labels in the music business coming to a head in 2004 and the depressed music market, there are fewer and fewer record labels and opportunities for even the most established bands and artists. ÂWe are seeing fewer and fewer label reps for promotion and fewer promotional dollars being spent. Record labels across the globe are tightening their belts and tightening their willingness to develop new artists and to support existing acts,Â according to Carric Durran with ROCK&ROLL.COM MAGAZINE.
Durran added that ÂThose bands and artists that Âget itÂ are making more of an effort to win fans over and this is why many artists are more appreciative of their fans. Many touring bands and artists are being forced to be more fan-friendly and to work harder with promotional events, meet-n-greets, sound check parties etc. All of these factors make 2004 perhaps the best concert season to see and/or meet your favorite artists and bands. You can also greatly increase your chances to meet your favorite artists with the pair of 2004 concert and tour guides published by rockandrollusa.com that include contact and other critic information. These guides include countless win-win scenarios, sources and strategies that present the best ways to meet recording artists, bands and musicians."
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With major engagements and tours by Celine Dion, D12, Fleetwood Mac, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, No Doubt, Evanescence, The Backstreet Boys and others in the next year, now is the time to start planning to see your favorite concert performers.