Top 55 Music Scene Quotes

Here we have the best Music Scene Quotes from famous authors such as Randy Johnson, Johann Johannsson, Aleksey Igudesman, Yuna, Ravyn Lenae. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.

I listened to all types of music, and obviously when I
I listened to all types of music, and obviously when I got to Seattle I was very much aware of the music scene there.

Randy Johnson
I think you are always influenced by your surroundings and where you grow up. Your environment is always one of the things that shape you, and the music scene in Iceland was a very important factor in shaping me.

It is interesting that our biggest fans are the greatest names of the classical music scene, such as Julian Rachlin, Janine Jansen, Mischa Maisky and Gidon Kremer. They even make guest appearances in our concerts occasionally.

Aleksey Igudesman
I’ve always been singing all my life, but I started playing guitar when I was 19, and that was my final year in university, in law school. I think that happened when I started making a lot of friends who were in the independent music scene.

Chicago‘s music scene is very inspiring. I like to think of it as a small community of friends who enjoy creating and inspiring each other.

Glasgow with its art and music scene has so much going on, it’s attractive to people and there seems to be a good vibe up there.

Only the Punjabi music industry has stood the test of time. Bollywood has finished the regional music industry of other languages, but the Punjabi music scene is still flourishing.

When I go home, I go to my house in the countryside. I don’t hang out in Dublin. I go home to be with my family and have a rest and so on. I don’t know anything about the Irish music scene, and I’ve never felt part of it.

The Ramones are the type of group where it took the world, like, 30 years to catch up with them. Because we were kind of breaking new ground, coming up with new ideas and different concepts which kind of blazed a trail for a whole new music scene, really.

Amplification of guitars revolutionized the popular music scene. Youngsters look for quick fame and big money with amplified guitars and working with rock groups.

I feel like I have a lot of rhythm because I’m from the DMV. Because you got so many different types of music: Baltimore Club music, Go-Go, then you got the DMV rap music scene, then you got the DMV R&B music scene. It’s a lot of music and it’s a lot of taste that caters to most.

I really want to do a book on the history of the no-wave music scene in New York, how it extended out and formed lots of other things. It was such a great visual culture.

Watch MTV and you can see what the music scene is like in England. The Spice Girls? Not a lot of creativity in the commercial area. There are still great musicians in England, but not a lot being heard that much.

I never left music, I just left the music scene.

I was fortunate enough to be living in Hollywood, CA, when the underground punk rock music scene started. It was a small group of artists, misfits and weirdos, where everyone was welcomed and encouraged to express themselves.

Ah, reality TV: where opportunists delight in exposing opportunism! It’s kind of like the indie music scene.

Of course I danced a lot when I was making ‘Swingers.’ The swing music scene was big in Hollywood, and I went to places like The Derby. And, after I wrote it and was trying to get it made, I would go every week so I’d be good at dancing.

I think, for one thing, all of us remember those teenage years and those songs that we fell in love with and the music scene that we were part of. So, in a certain way, music cuts through time like almost nothing else. You know, it makes us feel like we’re back in an earlier moment.

Seattle very much benefited from this geography where it was a town nobody had really heard of in terms of a music scene. So we had that factor of being a new discovery.

The Austin music scene is the reason why so many of them moved here.

Bob Livingston
I think in L.A., in terms of the music scene, it’s a really strange place. It’s really hard to get the feeling that something‘s happening, or the feeling that something can make it out of there.

Aleksa Palladino
People like Howlin’ Wolf, Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, John Lee Hooker, Nina Simone, Captain Beefheart – all of these artists were what I grew up listening to every day of my life. And there’s a very healthy music scene in the west country of England, where I grew up.

The religious lifestyle keeps you focused. It’s helpful when trying to manoeuvre through the music scene.

Growing up in Houston, the music scene is super boring.

You rarely find someone who sings really well and who produces really well; it’s a problem, and I just think it’s a missing link in the music scene.

I think the thing that L.A. had on Sydney is an awesome music scene, especially for what I do.

Most of my friends are from the music scene.

Both the Beatles and The Rolling Stones broke on the music scene the summer I was in England. I can vividly remember hearing ‘She Loves You’ in August 1963.

Folk music is the heart of the Indian music scene for several years.

I don’t get involved with the music scene any more. It’s just alien to me.

To be honest, I’ve been back to Atlanta a couple of times, I can’t remember what for. One for a big conference, a radio conference. I feel like it’s a vibrant place. It has a vibrant music scene.

The music scene in Michigan is really folky and bluegrass, but my parents played a lot of disco. They really liked to dance.

We’ve been allowed to operate unmolested on the fringes of the music scene, really. That’s where we enjoy it most.

It was a really interesting time in New York in the late 70s and early 80s, and the music scene was really, really interesting because you didn’t have to be a virtuoso to make music, it was more about your desire to express things.

I really value what Closed Sessions is doing to build the Chicago music scene and am excited to partner with them for my first solo project.

There’s no real music scene in Guyana, but there’s a music space. So there’s no scene because there’s no economy for it, but there’s a space because everything that spills over dancehall and reggae, spills over.

You can’t give up something you really believe in for financial reasons. If you die by the roadside – so be it. But at least you know you’ve tried. Ten minutes in the music scene was the equal of one hundred years outside of it.

Being a Malayali, I had to learn Punjabi and Haryanvi to be able to jump into the music scene.

I was trained classically in violin and voice, which led to musical theater. Then I left the music scene to chase acting, which is when ‘Neighbourscame along. It was a fantastic playground for actors, and the cast around me taught me a lot.

I remember times when the whole music scene was just flourishing.

The Indian music scene is completely dominated by Bollywood music. We need to create space for indi-pop music.

Bristol is known for having quite a good success rate of music – Massive Attack and Portishead, that drum and bass, dance music scene. I never listened to that stuff when I was a kid, but my parents did, and my parents knew some of those people.

I claimed identity as Jewish musicians for political reasons, because most of us were touring in Germany and, at this time, twelve years ago, there was a strong resurgence of Nazism in the places we were touring and part of that was on the music scene.

Marc Ribot
I think that the fact of the matter is that metal isn’t really part of the big picture of the gay, lesbian, transgender music scene. But it’s certainly there. There’s gay metalheads all over the world.

Atlanta is a huge part of the music scene and a large part of Hollywood now.

I want to be a a good influence to other people and in the music scene.

But I just love that music scene so much, and I enjoy really being around those artists and watching them even more than I do performing, because they are a whole group of people that do it because they love music.

I’m from Louisiana, and that’s where I got my start, in Cajun music. There’s a huge music scene down there centered around our culture. Those are people that are not making music for a living. They are making music for the fun of it. And I think that’s the best way I could have been introduced to music.

I found so many reasons to call it ‘You’re Dead!’ – not just because I wanted to make this album about the journey through death. I was watching the music scene that I came up with kind of go stale and watching the lights go out on a lot of my friends.

A Deap Vally renaissance is going to begin next year and will be our focus for the start of 2013. They will blow the cobwebs off a music scene that has become just a little bit stale.

I wish BTS could set up a model for k-pop with the best music and content so we have a positive impact on the U.S. music scene.

I didn’t know of any rappers in Charlotte. Not to sound like I’m bragging, but I brought the music scene alive and shed the proper light on it. I took it to a whole other level when I started rapping.

What people don’t understand is that my dad isn’t up on the contemporary music scene. He’s been a legend for decades and he doesn’t know what’s going on right now, and he doesn’t need to.

Alexa Ray Joel
Patty Griffin is iconic, and there’s no other word to really describe her. She is iconic for a lot of people – not only for me but for a lot of fans. Her voice is one of a kind, and she’s such an important figure in the American music scene.

There was this moment when we made ‘Superunknown’: the Seattle music scene had suddenly ended up on an international stage with huge success.