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Nathan Morris of Boyz II Men- Is it the end of the music legend-

Jul 31st 2013 at 5:16 PM
Facebook Fark Digg Reddit Stumble Nathan Morris of Boyz II Men: Is it the end of the musiclegend? Denise Truscello/WireImage/ Wanya Morris, Nate Morris and Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men arrive at the opening of their residency at The Mirage on Friday, March 1,2013. By Nathan Morris Thursday, July 4, 2013 | 6 p.m. Editor’s Note: While Robin Leach heads to the East Coast and London before his traditional summer vacation under the Tuscan sun in Italy — plus,wholesale NFL jersey from China, the Amalfi Coast this year — many of our Strip personalities have stepped forward in his absence to pen their own words of wisdom. We continue with Nathan Morris of Boyz II Men, through Dec. 31. Thanks to incredible ticket demand, the bestselling chart-toppers recently added Mirage dates for August. By Nathan Morris Music is an ever-changing form of expression, and, as usual, it is changing again. So is the criteria for how one becomes a success in the music business. Talent used to be the main ingredient to being successful in the music business, but one thing that will never change is the path one must take to become legendary. Take a listen to these names: McCartney,Wholesale Sports Jerseys, Jackson, Clapton and Wonder. These names are embedded into the very fiber of our lives to the point where first names are not needed. Now try these names: Minaj, Brown, Mars and Gomez. Doesn't quite have the same ring, does it? Can you guess the first names of these artists? I'm sure you can today, but 40 years from now … not so much. With no disrespect to any of these artists, their music or their talent, they and many other artists have unfortunately become victimized by music and society’s change. Though technology has made the world better for most of us, it has not been so kind to the music industry and its artists. Becoming legendary starts with time, which is one thing we don’t have a lot of nowadays. Many of our opinionated choices are made in a split second with not much thought at all, and music is one of those choices. In a push-button society where everyone wants everything now, it leaves no time for one to learn patience, dedication, perseverance and resilience, the cornerstones of creating music legends. With a vast array of information and entertainment outlets today, we are presented with thousands of options. In our constant desire to be a part of something new and trendy, music artists are forced to try to reinvent the wheel almost daily. Many of us grew up with artists who released album projects every two years or so, and we were content with that. Spacing out projects gave us time to live with the music, fall in love with the artist and built our anticipation and longing for the next project. In the past, releasing album projects within months of each other could cause an artist to oversaturate himself or herself in the marketplace, when in today’s world an artist cannot survive without being oversaturated. This is why I believe that, in the future, we may never see a legendary music artist created again. I don’t think our society has the time and patience for it. This doesn’t mean that we all won’t have artists who we love; it just means that over time, there will be so many other options to choose from in our daily lives that it will derail us from dedicating time to learning and growing with those artists who could one day become legendary with the proper and devoted fan base. Boyz II Men are in concert with New Kids on the Block and 98 Degrees at Mandalay Bay Events Center on Saturday night. On Friday, look for our guest column from Excalibur headlining hunks Thunder From Down Under as they celebrate their 11th anniversary and then Sunday celebrity photographer Denise Truscello, who contributes so many phenomenal photos to these pages, and N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms star chef Barry S. Dakake. Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground. Follow Robin Leach on Twitter at . Follow Vegas DeLuxe on Twitter at . Follow VDLX Editor Don Chareunsy on Twitter at . Mirage Hotel and Casino Located in the center of the famed Las Vegas Strip, The Mirage features contemporary AAA Four Diamond accommodations; nightlife venues including 1 OAK Nightclub and The Beatles REVOLUTION Lounge; restaurants created by the world’s most renowned chefs including Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak (summer 2013); a luxurious spa and salon; the enticing Bare pool lounge; and 170,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Unique entertainment options include The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil celebrating the musical legacy of The Beatles; the Aces of Comedy series featuring one of the most comprehensive and diverse comedic line-ups nationwide; Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment; four-time GRAMMY Award-winning R&B musical sensation Boyz II Men; and the lush animal sanctuary of Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. From the nightly Volcano eruption show and 20,000-gallon lobby aquarium to the lush tropical atrium and pool, guests experience an exotic world-class destination unlike any other.
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