Podcast 464 – why half the people at a gig don’t really want to be there

While Mark Ellen is away in his French chateau, David Hepworth goes off on one about Bruce Springsteen tours and why you can’t use “dynamic pricing” in the world of live music and why the concert-going audience can always be divided into the bringer and the brung.

Plus Alex Gold explains why he chose to go to southern Italy in the middle of an unprecedented heart wave with not one but two pairs of Doc Martens while also throwin light on the eternal mystery of why young men will put up with discomfort and privation on a medieval scale as long as they’re in a band.

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