Richmonder and Cracker frontman is an outspoken advocate for musicians in the digital age
One of the biggest issues musicians face today is the pricing of their music in the digital age.
David Lowery, frontman for the rock band Cracker and a Richmond resident for 25 years, has become an outspoken voice for how musicians are paid — or not paid — by streaming services, such as Spotify, Pandora and now Apple Music.
“It’s odd, because I didn’t set out to be a spokesperson for this,” the 54-year-old musician said, taking a seat in his Westover Hills dining room.
Read the story on the Richmond Times-Dispatch.