As Dick Clark celebrates his 30th anniversary American Music Awards show, he acknowledges the music business has changed radically in three decades. “Kids always ask me how do I get a break in the music business,” he tells the Cincinnati Post. “Once I even wrote a few articles on the subject. Now I wouldn’t even know what the hell to tell them. It used to be you’d go into a garage, make a record, stick it in your trunk, take them to the radio stations and you’re in business. It’s a lot more sophisticated.”
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