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March 03, 2021


Chung Wong

I remember once commenting how the album cover poses will one day make a magnificent scrap book. One day I believe it will become a book you make. It's like a magnificent inch ruler measuring height blended with your own personal music history. Something just so artistically wonderful about this kind of generational memoir.

Where's The Youth Music?

Serious question:

Where are the bands made up of NYC teenagers? Is that extinct? And when I say bands I don't mean just hardcore punk or metal bands I mean any kind of music & they have to meet this very simple criteria: teenagers, at least two bandmembers live in NYC (one BM for a duo), original music.

'Sucks that your kids most likely don't have peers creating music or do they?

Alex in NYC

Funnily enough, my daughter does have one friend that is a bona fide singer/songwriter and has released music. I mean, it certainly ain't Leeway, but I respect that he's doing it.

My son has an acoustic guitar and was taking lessons prior to the pandemic, but has since put it back down. Hoping to revive that this summer.

But yeah -- the concept of teens starting a band seems anachronistic.



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