Popular artists rise and fall in the court of public opinion. In a world of keyboard warriors and over-invested fans, is there still grace for a musician to evolve artistically and personally? More
As a term, “Popular Culture” was brought to life in 1876 by a British statesman bemoaning the increasing knowledge gap between the lower and higher classes. Back then, the phrase personified the scraps that were left once “High Culture” was defined. Less than a century later, Pop Culture had become the all-encompassing voice of the mainstream and the surrogate parent of a generation.