Be it a musical night before a wedding or a get together party ; A campfire session or a corporate meet-up of a company; live music has become an attraction for any event to be a success. More than the recorded music, Djing, people are showing good response towards Live Music. Losing it to Djing and recorded music; Live music was off-trend for quite some time, but it is certainly back with a bang. Let’s look at a brief difference between Live and recorded music.
Live music versus recorded music:
Keeping a live music performance at an event is a tedious task. From getting the artist and his instrument to the venue, to coordinating with the artist’s music list and the host’s wish, to managing the artist, the instruments & the cost of various performing artists , also knowing whether they can play in sync or not! Such a collection of small concerns often leads to a trend going out of style. But as it is said,” You go out of the trend to come back into it with a bang,” and so is happening with Live Music.
Event industry is where duality is inevitable. There is no evergreen trend through which you will surely bag popularity . If you are an event manager,you are well aware of the duality that I am going to talk to you about . It might happen that a single trend of your event will get you tremendous appreciation, but following the same trend at another event might become a complete disaster! The reason can be anything, the different genres of the events or the variance in human mindset and etc.
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