Live music - Who cares.

Ron Evers

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Not the younger generation, their devices are far more interesting.

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You nailed it! It is so discouraging to see these things. :( I am doing my part to ensure my children will COMMUNICATE face to face with other humans! People will evolve without vocal chords most likely. I always enjoy some good picking!
 
Could they be downloading music they actually like?
Ouch! :lol:

I did not mean it to be an ouch, it's just what I get from the image; a different take on it than spiralout462. I see two people maybe bored listening to something they have heard over and over and over again. I also see two musicians that don't care, they are going to play that funky music whether the youngsters like it or not (a good thing).

I am also trying to ensure my 17 year old communicates face to face with others, but I don't force my music on him. I present it, and he either feels it or does not.
Ron is on the right track; whatever is on those devices seems to be far more interesting to them.
 
Good comment Ron, we need to create texting free zones.

A couple of years ago I was having dinner alone on a business trip and saw this young couple come in the restaurant. You could tell they were on a date. They came in sat down, ordered and each pulled out their phone and started tapping away. I wondered if they were texting each other instead of talking :)
 
My brother is a musician and the only reason I ever went to listen to him play was the free beer and pizza.
 
Could they be downloading music they actually like?
Ouch! :lol:

I did not mean it to be an ouch, it's just what I get from the image; a different take on it than spiralout462. I see two people maybe bored listening to something they have heard over and over and over again. I also see two musicians that don't care, they are going to play that funky music whether the youngsters like it or not (a good thing).

I am also trying to ensure my 17 year old communicates face to face with others, but I don't force my music on him. I present it, and he either feels it or does not.
Ron is on the right track; whatever is on those devices seems to be far more interesting to them.
Gotcha!
 

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