Originally Posted by parsons
I find so many things wrong with this statement. If someone chooses to play for free, that's their right. It isn't their fault that you decided to make a career of music and the market turns to **** because there's no demand for people who play who want to get paid.
He's right tho.
A market that is undermined by volunteers becomes destroyed.
Consider the clubs which are "for profit businesses" whom have no problem profiting off of the amateurs volunteerism.
This has been the problem in Boston forever- too many students too willing to
Give it away!