Rock Band Studies: How They Do It
Broadcast on May 3rd, 2004
Arts & Humanities Media
Rock bands are often more famous for their offstage antics than they are for their music. And band breakups are constant fodder for music magazines and entertainment TV shows. In Michigan, one researcher is looking into how bands get past
squabbles and actually make music. But she's not studying the Beatles or Bon Jovi. This band has just arrived on the music scene.
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- Erin Toner