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Popular Radio These days you get into your car flip on the radio and what do you hear A barrage of fake music Lets name just a few to familiarize you with what I am speaking of Back Street Boys N Sync Brittany Spears 98 Degrees Christina Agulera Jessica Simpson the list goes on and on Where did this surge of teenybopper music come from Well it has always been around yet I dont think it has played such a role in popular music like it does today Groups like New Kids on the Block and Minueto were some of the first boy bands and Paula Abdul and Madonna were among the first female teen superstars in the music modern music world Now how did music like this basically dominate the industry Look at the market you are dealing with Young males and females who are usually in families that have the money to spent to make their children happy Look at the other groups you are dealing with in the music market college students who spend all their money on school food and refreshments eighteen to thirty-five starting to have a stable way of life worried more about mortgage payments and paying off student loans than buying frivolous things like CDs 35 buys CDs very infrequently and the range of music that the 35 group listens to varies so much that there is no single type or group that thrives off this group The focus on the childrens market is how these bands prosper I just think that big business has just taken so much away from the music these past few years that we are now surrounded by manufactured bands whos music means absolutely nothing to the artists that sing it For one instance ABC had a special just a few weeks ago called Making the Band This show displayed how a record label will pick out the perfect group of young
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