It’s not uncommon for a musician to find a second life in the music industry in this day and age. Look at the roster of festival headliners in recent years, or the comebacks forged by some of the ’90s seminal acts. Simply put, easier access to record back catalogs online and the splintering of the industry across various mediums, markets, and fanbases, an artist can nowadays rise from the ashes, wiser and more humble, with their chops still firmly in place. Prime example: Paul Draper.
情報源: A conversation in Tokyo with former Mansun frontman Paul Draper