David Crosby on Being a Musician in the Age of Coronavirus | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

David Crosby on Being a Musician in the Age of Coronavirus

Th intent is to destroy the economy. This is the NWO's big push!

“If I lose the tours, I probably will lose my home.

”GQ: How are you doing?

David Crosby: Not too good. I'm sitting here waiting for them to cancel all my tours this summer and put me in deep financial trouble.

That sounds incredibly stressful.

Yeah, it is. Because, you know they don't pay us for records anymore, right? So touring is all we got. That's really the only thing that we can do to make any money. And to lose it is just awful. I may—honest to God—I may lose my home. I don't know what to do about it, except just try to roll with the punches and keep going. Truthfully, if I lose the tours, I probably will lose my home.

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"The guys who developed the technology went to...

George

...the 3 main record companies and they said, "Hey, imagine a world where there's no physical object. Therefore, no shipping, no returns, no printing." And the record company said, "How do we get that?" And they said, "It's really simple. You got to restructure your pay scale so that you're paying us a whole shitload of money instead of paying the artists." And I resent that because we make the music, and they're making the money....They're making billions, with a B, of dollars and they are depriving us of a living and they don't give a fuck".

I wonder, is Crosby talking about Apple Computer here? (Being "the guys")

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