A lot has changed in the past year, but one thing hasn’t: the art of live performances.
It’s no surprise that the live music business has been rocked by the rise of streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music.
But in 2017, live music in the United States has been a mixed bag.
The best live performances have been by artists who haven’t played in front of an audience for a while.
A number of notable performers, like The Beatles, have released albums and performed in front only in recent years, but some of the best shows have been performed by acts who haven, like Arcade Fire, been performing for a long time.
What has changed the most?
Streaming services have been the biggest change, with more and more artists streaming music through their own streaming services.
The Beatles released a series of albums through Apple Music in 2014, but that was a slow start.
It was only in 2015 that their new album, Achtung Baby, was released to Spotify, and it was a major hit.
In 2017, many artists are releasing albums for the first time to Spotify.
The rise of Spotify is likely to increase the number of artists that will be streaming music, which will make live music more appealing to a broader audience.
And it will also likely make more people listen to it.
Live music in 2017 had a number of good moments, like the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, which saw two of the most popular acts on the planet perform together.
But that was an average of the five best performances.
There were plenty of terrible moments, as well.
There was a performance by the Eagles at the 2017 Grammys that was particularly bad.
The performance was mostly improvised, with many members of the Eagles and their band making statements and dancing to songs from their catalogue.
And when the band broke into a song that had been written by a fan, it was quite awkward.
But overall, 2017 has been the year that live music has become more and the live performance has become less and less important.
What are some of your favourite live performances of 2017?
What are your worst performances?
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