Fellow Rock ‘n’ Rollers–and techno , and pop, and folk, and Tejano, and…

Dirk vom Lehn, the Internet guru for SSSI, has assembled a music blog.  It can be accessed from the SSI home page, etc.  What he really needs now is material.  It strikes me that we now have a pretty sophisticated and motivated core group of interactionist music buffs who could/should post ideas, experiences, topics, threads, questions, research summaries, and all the other good stuff that makes a blog work.  I have a few things posted, and Maggie just posted a marvelous piece on the Couch-Stone.  Once I make the stack of student papers in front of me disappear, I will post a piece on my current project: a sociological model of the pop music song.)  Dirk is really helpful in getting started.  He is moderator for the music blog, so send items to him directly (<dirk.vom_lehn@kcl.ac.uk).  Please join the blog and let’s discourse!!  (Isn’t that an old Gloria Gaynor disco song?)

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