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Dr Adam Behr
? and The Mysterians, "96 Tears"2022
Dr Adam Behr
Arts Council cuts: the problems with ‘levelling up’ through culture2022
Dr Adam Behr
Craig Hamilton
Birmingham and the (International) Business of Live Music in Times of COVID-192022
Dr Adam Behr
Brexit and the UK live music industry2022
Dr Adam Behr
Jerry Lee Lewis: fiery performances were inseparable from his reckless behaviour and dark personal life2022
Dr Adam Behr
Live Music Ecologies in the UK – A local perspective in the context of the pandemic2022
Dr Adam Behr
Live music infrastructure2022
Dr Adam Behr
Music, Digitalization, and Democratic Elections: The Changing Soundtrack of Electoral Politics in the UK2022
Dr Adam Behr
The UK Live Music Industry in a post-2019 era: A Globalised Local Perspective2022
Dr Adam Behr
1-2-3-4! Measuring the values of live music: methods, models and motivations2021
Dr Adam Behr
40 Years of MTV: the channel that shaped popular culture as we know it2021
Dr Adam Behr
Arts education is facing massive cuts – yet its value is felt everywhere2021
Dr Adam Behr
Charlie Watts – how the Rolling Stones drummer helped the band reach for more than just the rock sound2021
Dr Larry Zazzo
Dr Adam Behr
Classical Singers and COVID-19: A Preliminary Report2021
Dr Adam Behr
Lockdown delay: how music venues will be impacted by uncertainty over relaxing restrictions2021
Dr Adam Behr
Prince: Why, five years after his death, the Purple One still reigns2021
Dr Adam Behr
State of Play: Tensions and Interventions in Live Music Policy2021
Dr Adam Behr
Stop making census! Some experiential reflections on conducting a live music census2021
Dr Adam Behr
When Groups Turn Rotten: What happens when bands fall out2021
Dr Adam Behr
50 years on, I can’t stop listening to this seminal Miles Davis album2020
Dr Adam Behr
AC/DC’s Back in Black at 40 – establishing rock bands as brands2020
Dr Adam Behr
Andrew Weatherall brought record producers out of the back room and lured millions on to the dance floor2020
Dr Adam Behr
Arts rescue package: don’t forget small venues – they’re where big stars learned their trade2020
Dr Adam Behr
Asking for trouble: The political message behind Bridge Over Troubled Water2020
Dr Adam Behr
Beethoven or Brexit? Battle for chart domination shows UK’s divided soul2020
Dr Adam Behr
Bill Withers: soul music’s ‘everyman’ wrote songs for the world to lean on2020
Dr Adam Behr
Facing the music: Brexit's chilling threat to the music industries2020
Dr Adam Behr
Five ways musicians are responding to the coronavirus crisis2020
Dr Adam Behr
Florian Schneider and Kraftwerk helped shape the sound of modern music2020
Dr Adam Behr
Going spare? Concert tickets, touting and cultural value2020
Dr Adam Behr
Little Richard’s scream kicked off rock'n'roll and still echoes today2020
Dr Adam Behr
Emma Webster
Making Live Music Count: The UK Live Music Census2020
Dr Adam Behr
Peter Green: troubled Fleetwood Mac founder leaves legacy of brilliance that shines still2020
Dr Adam Behr
The State and the Arts: The long and difficult relationship between government and the arts2020
Dr Adam Behr
The UK Live Music Census: the value of researching live music in Glasgow, Newcastle, Oxford and beyond2020
Dr Adam Behr
Two of Us: inside John Lennon’s incredible songwriting partnership with Paul McCartney2020
Dr Adam Behr
US election 2020: how the rival candidates have used music in their campaigns2020
Dr Adam Behr
A tribute to Dave Laing2019
Dr Adam Behr
Beatles: Abbey Road at 50 is a marker of how pop music grew up in the 1960s2019
Dr Adam Behr
Birmingham Live Music and Brexit2019
Dr Adam Behr
Dr John: music’s boogie-woogie voodoo man who defied convention but defined New Orleans2019
Dr Matthew Ord
Dr Adam Behr
Facilitating Music Tourism for Scotland’s Creative Economy2019
Dr Adam Behr
Glastonbury 2019: Stormzy and Attenborough a barometer for a generation’s urgent concerns2019
Dr Adam Behr
Introduction to Special Issue on Pop Music Festivals and (Cultural) Policies2019
Dr Adam Behr
Joni Mitchell: Unfettered and alive2019
Dr Adam Behr
Sounding Off: music and musicians' interventions in the 2019 election campaign2019
Dr Adam Behr
Copy rights: The Politics of Copying and Creativity2018
Dr Adam Behr
Labour Live: why even Jeremy Corbyn struggles to sell a pop and politics mashup2018
Dr Adam Behr
Music hasn’t had a defining #MeToo moment … yet2018
Dr Adam Behr
Rolling Stones tour: they may be older but time waits for no one2018
Dr Adam Behr
Street fighting sound: The album that got the stones rolling and rocking again2018
Dr Adam Behr
The album at 70: a format in decline?2018
Dr Adam Behr
The charts may be getting sadder but popular music has never been more varied2018
Dr Adam Behr
The White Album: Soundtrack for the sixties turning sour2018
Dr Adam Behr
Ticket touts have been around for centuries – but the tide could be turning against them2018
Dr Adam Behr
Valuing live music: The UK Live Music Census 2017 report2018
Dr Adam Behr
Boycotts by celebrities and musicians hit Trump where it hurts2017
Dr Adam Behr
Chuck Berry: One of the only musicians with a genuine claim to be the founder of a genre2017
Dr Adam Behr
Copying, copyright and originality: imitation, transformation and popular musicians2017
Dr Adam Behr
Glen Campbell combined rural grit and urban sheen to straddle American music like a Rhinestone Cowboy2017
Dr Adam Behr
How the Paradise Papers reveal the tension between rock stars and the tax man2017
Dr Adam Behr
Humbug, tinsel and gravy: in search of the perfect Christmas pop song2017
Dr Adam Behr
Is Glastonbury really running out of headliners?2017
Dr Adam Behr
Magical Mystery Tour: a rare Beatles flop – but it paved the way for Monty Python2017
Dr Adam Behr
Malcolm Young: AC/DC guitarist who helped define heavy rock’s guitar sound2017
Dr Adam Behr
Scottish Celtic Music2017
Dr Adam Behr
Sound Bites: The Music of Election 20172017
Dr Adam Behr
The Sampling Continuum: musical aesthetics and ethics in the age of digital production2017
Dr Adam Behr
The UK's rich musical heritage is threatened by a live music culture under pressure2017
Dr Adam Behr
Tom Petty stood up for authentic rock music - and he never backed down2017
Dr Adam Behr
What 70 years of the Edinburgh Festival has done for the arts - and the economy.2017
Dr Adam Behr
Where the snowman meets the sunshine: The tensions between research, engagement and impact in cultural policy2017
Dr Adam Behr
Reverberations: The Philosophy, Aesthetics and Politics of Noise. Edited by Michael Goddard, Benjamin Halligan and Paul Hegarty [and] Resonances: Noise and Contemporary Music. Edited by Michael Goddard, Benjamin Halligan and Nicola Spelman [Book review]2016
Dr Adam Behr
George Michael and Rick Parfitt: two ends of a rich cultural mainstream2016
Dr Adam Behr
Jo Cox charity single: there's no going back in the merging of pop and politics2016
Dr Adam Behr
Live Concert Performance: An Ecological Approach2016
Dr Adam Behr
Pop life: how Prince played the music industry2016
Dr Adam Behr
The Beatles revolutionised music by putting the record centre-stage2016
Dr Adam Behr
Trump slammed by musicians for appropriating music, but pop and politics have a long history2016
Dr Adam Behr
What's the deal with exclusive streaming deals: Frank Ocean, Beyoncé and Universal's mooted ban2016
Dr Adam Behr
Cultural Policy and the Creative Industries2015
Dr Adam Behr
Edinburgh Live Music Census 2015: Pilot Study2015
Dr Adam Behr
Establishing a Music Vitality Index for Scotland2015
Dr Adam Behr
Fighting for the right to party: live music after the Paris attacks2015
Dr Adam Behr
Join Together With the Band: Authenticating Collective Creativity in Bands and the Myth of Rock Authenticity Reappraised2015
Dr Adam Behr
The Cultural Value of Live Music from the Pub to the Stadium: Getting Beyond the Numbers2015
Dr Adam Behr
Cultural value and cultural policy: some evidence from the world of live music2014
Dr Adam Behr
The place of popular music in Scotland's cultural policy2014
Dr Adam Behr
Scotland on Tour: Strategies for Promoting the Scottish Music Industry Within and Outwith Scotland2013