An emerging generation of musicians and artists in nashville tennessee is drawing on a dynamic peer community that encourages activism collaboration and cross promotion cornfields illuminating and insightful beyond the beat skillfully chronicles the cohesive culture of this highly engaged and often inspiring community and offers an . Daniel cornfields beyond the beat analyzes changes in the nashville music industry over the past three decades as the dominance of commercial recording companies waned due to new digital forms of disseminating music and as musical genres proliferated as the pool of locally based musicians . Cornfield discusses how genre diversifying artist activists have arisen throughout the late twentieth century musician migration to nashville a city that boasts the highest concentration of music jobs in the united states. In beyond the beat daniel cornfield brings together the insights of a new sociology of work of social movement research and of the sociology of art worlds to develop an account of artist activism through an interview based study of several generations of musicians in nashville he traces . By building an inclusive artist community that encourages individual artistic expression and well being of diverse independent nashville musicians artist activists are also sustaining nashvilles vibrant music scene that produces a widening array of musical genres
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