I think there is a big difference between the music business and music. And my relationship is to music, not music business. I think the business will keep changing, but music won't. Music will be there.
I may quit the music business someday, but never the music.
Music is spiritual. The music business is not.
Most people involved in the music business, and it's probably not just the music business... aren't necessarily people that I like.
I still like to play the guitar, but I rarely have anything to do with the music business these days. I mean, there is no music business anymore, is there?
The people on the business side in the music business are kind of different from the theatre business. I think it's partly because there are different pressures on the industries.
Being in the music business is a totally different industry right there.
I love the music business very much.
The Philadelphia/New York world of the music business is a tough place to be.
I happened to come along in the music business when there was no trend.
The music business doesn't interest me anymore.
I'm in the music business for one purpose - to make money.
You shouldn't be in the music business if you're posing.
When I was 17-years-old, I was in the music business.
Pop music I have always loved best. But the more extreme, fascist-led examples of the music business I tend to detest the most.
There just is exponentially more money in the movie business than in the music business. As a result there are more people involved in the creative process.
The music business is rougher than the movie business. In film you get noticed in a small role, even in a movie that bombs. But in records you better have that hit or else it's 'See you later.'
The music business is really a spiritual business whether we know it or not.
In business, you can have one massive success that earns $50 million overnight, and that's it. You're successful. End of story. But in the music business, you have to keep on doing it.
I have known from the beginning one thing you need to know. That is, the music business is a business.
I've always treated the music business as a business.