Whether or not you like Pink Floyd’s music, you’ll be interested in this story.
After bassist and principal writer Roger Waters left Pink Floyd after The Final Cut (1983), he embarked on a solo career with mixed success.
Pink Floyd’s music deteriorated without him, but they still had the lucrative brand, so they attracted the fans.
Waters recalls, from 1987:
“I will never forget being in Cincinnati playing to 1,500 people in an 8,000-seat arena and my ex-colleagues playing the next night in a sold-out football stadium.”
I actually saw both Pink Floyd and Roger Waters that year. (I was 15.) For my money, Waters had by far the better concert. Pink Floyd had lasers. Waters’ show had genuine heart and soul.
He had something great, in other words, but nobody knew about it.
That’s the trouble everyone who struggles online faces: I’ve got something people will love, but how do I get them to check it out?
I made you a short video to answer this, the most agonizing question in the history of the Internet.
Try to guess what I’m going to suggest.
Whatever it is, you’re wrong.
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