Local Acts, Global Success
Local Acts, Global Success critically examines both the history of Ireland’s popular music industry as well as the current music scene in the country. By placing recent industry developments in the context of that history, the authors present a new way of examining any nation state’s music industry - to understand the industry, the local scene must be examined. This approach highlights the multiple and changing ways by which the local scene prepares artists for both domestic and international success. In Ireland’s case the scene, with its supportive network of friends, families and fans, has developed the artists who then sign with the major transnational music firms.
This book is of interest to business students as well as popular music scholars in addition to non-academic readers.
Published: Oct 1, 2020
|Introduction||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Deep Roots and Scattered Seeds: 1800s to the 1930s||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Green Shoots: 1930s to the 1960s||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Shocks, Youth and Diamond Success: 1970s to 1990s||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Platinum Pop, Global Crossroads: 2000 to 2018||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Independent Ireland: The D.I.Y. Scene||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Chaos, Clergy, Cash and Concerts: The Live Music Industry||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Ireland’s Digital Age: Radio, Recording, Educating and Listening||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|
|Identity Crisis: The Current Critical Situation||Michael Murphy, Jim Rogers|