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Is it time to move on from the Beatles and Stones? 12

We all enjoy taking that old record off the shelf now and then — but what does that cost today’s musical artists? Ted Gioia, music historian, culture critic, and author of the Substack “The Honest Broker,” joins host Krys Boyd to talk about why 70 percent of music demand today is for old songs, with publishing companies investing in vintage catalogs while ignoring new, emerging talent. His recent article on the topic is “Is Old Music Killing New Music?”