Commentary: Elderly Rock-Pop


Saturday, June 04, 2005

Every year these days, Rolling Stone magazine publishes its so called "Money Report," which is a tally of which rock and pop performers the previous year took in the most money from selling records and touring and merchandising. And when Kurt saw the latest list — acts that earned between $31 and $57 million dollars apiece — he was struck by the singers and bands who dominate the top ten — they were mostly old, some really old, and their music is mostly... pretty soft.

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