With the advent of the digital age, the soundtrack is getting a bit redundant.
You can listen to music from a few years ago on Spotify and have the full album.
Or you can watch the new “dancing” movies from the 90s and skip the music altogether.
This is the future, and it’s great news for musicians, who will have a new source of inspiration.
With digital technology, they will be able to stream their music to a number of devices, which means it won’t be limited to just the Spotify and YouTube of the 21st century.
We’ve already seen how this works at the top of the Billboard charts, with the likes of Taylor Swift, Pharrell Williams and Beyoncé releasing singles featuring music from the old-school radio stations of the 1970s.
But in a way, the new music industry is a perfect example of how music can be both an art form and a vehicle for business.
Now that music has a bigger role in the modern day, it’s not just about finding a song to dance to, but also about making it as good as possible.
A music streaming service like Apple Music would be an easy fit for this business model, but there are many musicians who have never had a real business model in mind before.
The best musicians, it turns out, have been doing music as a hobby for decades.
This could be why the industry has thrived in the 21th century.
They’ve been able to create a huge audience for their music, which makes them the best-funded musicians in the world, according to Forbes magazine.
But this doesn’t mean musicians are going to make it to the top, according the best musicians who were part of the music industry’s heyday in the ’70s and ’80s.
In a way it’s like the best business model for the industry in the future is that of a music streaming business, says musician and radio personality Dave Burns.
Burns, who was a producer for the radio station WLS, is an early pioneer of this new model.
He was the only musician who would go on to produce the albums of artists such as David Burns and Michael Steele, and he was also a member of the influential rock band the Beach Boys.
Burns and his band would go out on the road, perform for the masses, and even write music.
But they also didn’t pay royalties, and they were also free to take their music home and do whatever they wanted with it.
Burns says that, when he started his career in the music business, he was working for Warner Brothers, and Warner Brothers was a music distribution company.
This meant that Burns was part of a huge company, which included record labels, record companies and radio stations.
He says that when he became a member, Warner Brothers decided to cut the artists out of the equation.
“Warner Brothers didn’t want to do anything with me,” Burns told NPR.
“They wanted me to do it all for free.
So they just took it away from me.
That was a big change for me.
They took it out of my hands and told me to be content with my life.
They didn’t give me a dime.”
Burns says he was the one who decided to quit Warner Brothers because, while he was still a member in a position of influence, it didn’t feel right.
Burns went on to work for the first time as a solo artist in 1984, and his music would be one of the first to hit the charts as part of The Beach Boys’ “Mamma Mia.”
But he says the experience was a lot different from working with the band.
“It’s hard to explain the difference,” Burns says.
“I was in the studio working with a band and they’re recording an album.
I’m not a part of it.”
Burns’ new book, “The Art of Musical Success,” takes a different approach.
He’s been talking to musicians about how to grow their music business from the ground up, and how they’ve learned to embrace new ideas and strategies while staying true to their roots.
Burns is also a pioneer of what is called the “musical business model,” which is when you build a company around music.
“There are a lot of people who think it’s just a business,” Burns said.
“We’re not a business, we’re artists, and we’ve got a lot more to say than just about everything else.”
Burns, now 70, has had a lot to say, and that’s what the book is about.
Burns wants to know what’s next for musicians.
What are the challenges they have to face as they build a new business model?
Burns believes that musicians have to learn from the best in business.
He talks about how musicians are able to take a company with a lot going on, and turn it into a successful business.