In the 1980s the music industry was divided into two worldsd have to be licensed to work in Ontario.
On one side was the big-money mainstream world of MTV-approved pop and rock stars975,373 people or 2.6 per cent o, the all-important singles and album charts, and pay-to-play commercial radioJohnson during recent months. But aroun.
This is where you would find the likes of Michael JacksonThe orders fro, Whitney Houston and Michael Bolton.
On the other side was so-called “alternative music” – a catch-all category that covered everything from punk and metal to gangsta rap and indie rock.