Posts Tagged ‘PINK FLOYD’

By Hans Ebert A friend recently asked who is the best music company executive. The “best” in any industry is tough to name these days as so much is hidden from view with smoke and mirrors creating illusions (and delusion) of success, whereas in the music industry, the impression, rightly or wrongly, is that it’s [...]

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk It appears that the last post about all the shenanigans played out using the mantra that “China is potentially the largest music market in the world” to feather the nests of especially Chinese music executives in Hong Kong- and let me quickly add, Korea, Taiwan, and Indonesia- has registered with many, [...]

By Hans Ebert Remember bands? You know, 4-5 guys who played guitars, drums and maybe keyboards with one lead singer who would play with his big hair, and always have the urge to grab his crotch and scream out in a high-pitched voice about back doors and lemons while the guitarist would pose and preen [...]

The wonderful thing about music is there’s so much of it that one never stops discovering and re-discovering all that’s out there. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookDigg

Perhaps it’s the state of the world, perhaps it’s down to timing and finally growing up, but we all have that moment in time when we have a wake up call. Wake up calls come in many different forms. It could come when faced with a personal problem, an illness, your mind, heart and body [...]

By Hans Ebert One of the toughest decisions to be made while still on this earth is to sever all relationships with what once was a tight family unit. But, if after decades of making amends, making up, breaking up and hitting the same old bricks in the walls, it’s time to sing Vaya Con [...]

  A friend sent me the article below and which shows the mighty reverence in which Bryan Adams is held in India. http://www.thestar.com/news/world/article/937354–bryan-adams-star-burns-brightly-in-india?bn=1 When at Universal Music, apart from the US and Canada, India was the mild-mannered rocker’s biggest touring market. They loved him over there- and they still love him today. Who would have [...]