What recording artists do the BEST job of communicating with their fans?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by belardd, Sep 13, 2019.

  1. belardd

    belardd Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Location:
    Fort Worth TX
    What recording artists do the BEST job of communicating with their fans?
    Upcoming projects, etc
     
  2. ponkine

    ponkine Forum Resident

    Steven Wilson comes to mind

    He's always active, listening to the fans and giving what the fans want
    :righton:
     
  3. The Lone Cadaver

    The Lone Cadaver Forum Resident

    Location:
    Bronx
    For product and concert announcements:
    The Who
    The Pretty Things
    Procol Harum
    Caravan
    Camel
    Curved Air
    Renaissance
    King Crimson
    IQ
    Toyah Willcox
    The Four Bitchin' Babes

    For personal interaction with fans:
    Jon Povey and Wally Waller of The Pretty Things
    Sonja Kristina and Francis Monkman of Curved Air
    Annie Haslam of Renaissance
    Richard Sinclair of Caravan
    Andy Latimer of Camel
    Dave Greenslade of Greenslade and Colosseum
    and the late, great John Entwistle
     
  4. malcolm reynolds

    malcolm reynolds Handsome, Humble, Genius

    Location:
    Oklahoma
    Bob Dylan...just kidding.
     
  5. 86mets

    86mets Counting Crows #1 Fan

    Scott Terry and Red Wanting Blue...amazing in person...very friendly and personable...
     
  6. Dillydipper

    Dillydipper Sultan Of Snark

    Location:
    Central PA
    Ben Folds did a great job of micro-marketing, particularly when he split off as a solo artist. He had an existing database of fans of the trio with the smart-assed piano player, and, as his music stretched to embrace more mature themes and styles, his fans were in the midst of maturing post-collegiate 'tude as well. Perfect storm, perfect match of nest-marketing and emulation.
     
  7. RedRoseSpeedway

    RedRoseSpeedway Music Lover

    Location:
    Michigan
    Foster The People
     
  8. MYQ1

    MYQ1 Forum Resident

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    At The Stereo
    Big Head Todd & The Monsters come to mind.
     

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