Not sure if your like me BUT i can REMINISE right back to the 70's 80's 90's & today so when i have a beer or just want to go back then i love looking at the NET cause its got the answers to Nearly everything..but why is it there's soooo many people who had bands/groups or even solo artists that havent invested in a couple of hundred quid & had a website built for them...WHY i think outa respect they should & also its good for them to know who still supports them... take Fergal Sharkey or Fine Young Cannibals or The Stone Roses(although they claim to have a website which has been down for ages)...i know this is very "80'S" but if u got any to add please do ...just check ur favorties..i am sure u could add to this....SPEND SOME BLOODY MONEY the fans are out there for you
yep i know what u mean ive wanted to many a time check up on many artists dating back to the 60's but theres no way only "Sub"websites i think u got something here as there is a serious point in what they should do for the fan's or followers as you put it, after all they make music to gain a return of ££££ as without a earner there's not much point in todays world & its in there own intrest that they spend money & let the public know what there upto...i am not sure sure that its greed it could be over "attributed" to other area's in htere life
well i must admit YEP ive wanted to look at singers like "ashford & simpson2 & the likes of others..lol it should be done Music is our lives & our future..!! open your wallets boys...!!! theres PLENTY of people wanting to know where you are...!!!!
Why don't you build websites for them? Fansites can be great, much more fun than official ones. And it's not compulsory for a band, particularly a defunct one, to maintain a site for any fans still lurking.
http/html/flash..you know i might just..its the GETTING IN TOUCH thats hard...building website's is childs play...!!!! DreamWeaver all this is very easy once u understand it....ip'ng...META PEER...blah blah blah
I could ask you the same question! I got back from the BBC about an hour ago and I always come home with a bit of adrenaline coursing and need to decompress for a few minutes, check my email and sneak in here and see if anything's doing ... ;-)