One of the artists I followed following the release of Radiohead’s In Rainbows albums with great interest was Trent Reznor. He was one of the first major label artists to valiantly step out and take the path that Radiohead had blazed ahead of them.
It’ll be with great interest, then, that I’ll be watching the next installment of the Digg Dialogg series, coming up on next Tuesday, where Kevin Rose will be taking questions from the Digg community for Trent Reznor:
For those of you who aren’t current on Reznor’s career, he is best known as founding member and lead singer for NIN. NIN has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, winning multiple Grammys. In 2007, Reznor split ties with his record label and is now an independent musician where he releases albums under a Creative Commons license, utilizing technologies such as BitTorrent to promote the sharing of his music. He is considered by the Los Angeles Times to be one of the most acclaimed creative figures of his generation of music. This is a great opportunity to find out what’s next for Reznor and gain insight into the rapidly evolving world of online music, entertainment, and technology.
Should be an interesting conversation.