Here's a video interview with Jay Shaner that describes the indie music
revolution of the 21st century in less than six minutes. The conversation focuses on the highs and low of this
do-it-yourself phenomenon that allows artists to write, record and distribute music to the world without ever
leaving their bedrooms. This process has knocked down many of the expensive barriers guarded by musical
gatekeepers of the 20th century. The downside is that there are now more bands than fans and many independent
artists are struggling to find even a small audience. Shaner believes things are getting better but that
live shows will still be the bread and butter for making a living playing music. Jay Shaner's music that
he wrote and produced himself can be heard at ReverbNation.com.