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Are They Real?



03-02-2022 14:01 GMT


Indie Music Press Releases (February 2022) - Discover the best emerging, underground & upcoming Rock artists, bands & labels with news updates announcing the latest music releases, live events/gigs, concert/tour dates, & other entertainment stories, articles & headlines from your favorite indie Rock performers & entertainers daily on SRL News.
Music industry update | New York, USA | Indie artist, Frank Palangi

If there is anything the music industry has taught us over the years, even as far back as the ’30s when the modern Western music business was born and records replaced sheet music as the core product in the industry; it’s that you can’t keep a good musician down. 

Making a hit record is just as tough as it is to make a living from music, but you can’t have one without the other and they are both pretty darn exhausting tasks to pursue at the same time no matter how amazing you are at multitasking, time management, anger management and pretending you haven't slept in 24 hours. Some artists make it look easier than others but in reality, every artist has his trials and tribulations. So don’t scratch your head trying to figure out why your favorite country or pop artist has started hanging out with rappers and is now 420 friendly and twerking; or why Kanye West makes shoes that look like balled up homework or old chewing gum wrapped around peoples’ feet and thinks they are cool; or why Wiz Khalifa smokes so much weed you’d start to wonder whether putting both hands around his own neck and choking himself intermittently while eating a Range Rover's ass would make more sense; or why everyone seems to have a huge bottle of really strong cough syrup in their bag when they’re not sick – there all going through some serious stuff. Sure, everyone of us goes through stuff, but doing it in the spotlight is 1000 times harder, so hard in fact that some people advocate that one must be crazy to be a true entertainer. What?! Who is saying that? You didn’t hear it here okay? Moving on. 

One such musician who is refusing to stay down is New York indie rock star Frank Palangi, who, as you may already know, was the victim of a house fire mid/late last year and is slowly but surely starting to get back on his feet and rebuilding his studio one instrument at a time with help from fans, supporters, sponsors and fellow musicians. Frank has returned to gigging regularly on StageIt, more so than ever before in fact, as many musicians have done since the advent of the pandemic. It’s keeping him close to his fast-growing loyal fanbase and drawing in new crowds, but most importantly, it's raising the funds needed to rebuild his studio. His last virtual event was on the 14th of January and there are more scheduled for 2022. See all upcoming virtual concert dates and get tickets on the Skunk Radio Live Events page. 

PS: If you rushed here from a social media post on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or wherever you get you mind polluted, that was titled "Are They Real?" and you were expecting to have seen some really big boobies by now - shame on you. The title was referring to the idea of "virtual concerts" i.e. if they are virtual, then are they really real? You know, since virtual means; well, not real. But don't worry, keep following us on social media and we'll show you boobies - we love them too, they're awesome 😙

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