We began this concept with the growing reality that live music is a dying art-form - and more specifically, live music where people listen and understand the value of being an active participant and where  musicians are compensated for sharing something so personal and intimate. 

Venues around the country continue to shut their doors, music continues to be something people often expect for free, and live music too often fades into the background of a space, the musicians playing to an inattentive and often disrespectful audience. 

Dryft was created to change this paradigm.