“They killed it by insisting on charging two to three times as much for the high-res files as for MP3s,” claims the legendary singer-songwriter.
This could spell doom for Neil Young’s struggling, high-quality music service.
Despite the lackluster reception for PONO, the classic rocker isn’t giving up on his dream to bring high-resolution audio to the masses.
Young also talks Pono and CSNY reunion on Rolling Stone’s Music Now podcast.
At the same time, Young’s PonoPlayer isn’t impressing critics.
His digital music service PONO is also launching in March.