This is a follow on from the other music thread on this forum which I found quite interesting. Back in the 90s a British girl group called Eternal toured the US promoting their new album. The album had done really well in the UK and they had a load of hit singles out of it. But they coud not get anywhere in the US. One of the reasons they believed was the nature of the US music scene. When they went to "black" stations their host would not talk to the white girl and vice versa when they went to "white" stations. They felt that their management in the States did not know how to market them or to whom . They felt that music in the US was segregated. Probably because society was segregated. And I do struggle to name bands that are racially integated even today. Is this the case or am I missing out some great music ? The UK has a great history of integrated bands, probably because we are better integrated than the US. The Beat were the greatest band ever. They never recorded a song you couldnt dance to.