What does that mean? In short it is expanded genres, more familiarity, less obscurity but still with some hidden gems.
A lot of people remember where they were when “X” happened. This represents a shared experience among several people. From a music perspective however songs can evoke a more visceral personal response. Music can be associated with our own life events – a single day to a longer time frame i.e. College Days.
Boomers are retiring at the rate of 10,000 per day. Some of the additional time this affords is often spent contemplating the times of our lives. Music can trigger memories of good times or bad, past relationships and choices made. This phenomena is relevant not only to Big Canoe but to a much larger audience.
While we can’t program for each listener, we can create a playlist with a timeline that contains a wide swath of listeners together with a range of music to jog your memory.