Ageing pop stars and growing money on NFTrees

Peter Griffin
Thu, 03 Feb 2022

Ageing pop stars and growing money on NFTrees
UK band Duran Duran has climbed on the NFT bandwagon. (Image: Getty)
Peter Griffin
Thu, 03 Feb 2022
One of the biggest eighties bands that passed me by was Duran Duran.Apart from the soaring guitar solo in Ordinary Way, a song that was on high rotation in my house when I was a kid, I was no real fan of their glam look and polished pop hits. But you have to give credit to the British four-piece which has sold over 100 million albums. Duran Duran is still a going concern with most of its original members recording and touring decades later. The band has even climbed on the non-fungible token (NFT) bandwagon. With the release of Invisible,...

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