Sharing the news on Twitter, musician David Crosby of Crosby is in the process of selling his entire catalog to the highest bidder. Crosby is just the next to do so, as Bob Dylan just announced he had done the same. Crosby shared on Twitter that both streaming music companies and the pandemic have pushed him to this point.
“I am selling mine also… I can’t work…and streaming stole my record money. “I have a family and a mortgage, and I have to take care of them so it’s my only option… I’m sure the others feel the same.”
– Excerpt from an article for Music Business Worldwide by Tim Ingham. Read the full article here.
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