The group is selling a flash drive of (40) songs, that includes the trio’s three most recent albums plus a hymns recording. The flash drive retails for $40; basically $1 per song, which is what a listener would pay if they downloaded the song from a digital download site.
Is this a unique way for artists to sell their music digitally without ever having to list it on a digital download site? Would listeners be willing to purchase a flash drive? Could this ultimately replace CDs in the Southern Gospel marketplace?
Thoughts? Is this a genius idea or something that will never catch on?