Where have all the Grammys gone?

Where have all the Grammys gone? A long time goes by as Pete Seeger would have agreed. Like the Oscars and all that American thing that happens at the dawn of Indian time, the 64th Annual Grammy Awards had a list of winners that served as information about works by artists most people didn’t know about. Unlike the world of cinema, where most major production houses have managed to survive by also migrating to a new technological delivery system – internet over-the-top streaming (OTT), the legacy music companies have the cold ones Sounds of insignificance felt much more strongly. Much of the reason Grammy-winning names like Jon Batiste and Olivia Rodrigo aren’t as immediately recognizable as the Michael Jacksons and Phil Collinses of the past is because in a highly atomized industry, there are almost none music related channels and programs are there . “Generation deafness” (GD) is also an explanation.

According to GD, musical merit or greatness has a strong correlation to the music one listens to when one is young. So every generation thinks theirs is the gold standard for music, especially pop. But the fact that the pop and rock music landscape is no longer ruled by giants pushing their artists and labels is why the new winners aren’t the “globalized” names that the old Grammy winners were. Where have all the Grammys gone?

Russell Falcon

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