In a new interview on John Turner’s “The Stump” on 98.1 The Max, Steve Gorman recalls finding out about Napster, file sharing internet software that helped users pirate music. He said “The Black Crowes came out at the last gasp of the old industry, the business. But then what we realized was, well, every two or three years, it always changed. There wasn’t the tech component, but as far as how things operated, every realm is evolving at all times. Look at radio, look at medicine – look at anything. And so the music industry, it’s easy to say, ‘Well, the ’90s were cool, because of this.’ But within that, it was changing – just the shifts of what was cool change, not to mention what happens behind the scenes.” Check out the full interview below!