They don’t care much for the date of the gig.
They don’t really care about what songs were sung.
They don’t want a chronological account of everything that happened.
Facts are generally boring and you can leave them to the end of the article, if you use them at all.
So why would someone read a music review?
Well, they want to be moved emotionally.
They want the satisfaction of gaining insight, they want to understand and perceive something differently to how they’ve done it before.
When you write a review, think about it, how much does it do the last two things?
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