Live Music Has Returned to Some Metro Phoenix Bars

Downtown Phoenix bar and music venue Last Exit Live has only has been closed for three months because of COVID-19. Owner Brannon Kleinlein says it feels much longer. “It’s really dragged out,” he says. “The process of getting started again has been slow. After the entire industry shutdown happened, we had to close, and all… Continue reading Live Music Has Returned to Some Metro Phoenix Bars

These Curfew-Friendly San Antonio Venues are Celebrating First Friday With Music, Food and Drinks

click image Instagram / cactuslandbrewing San Antonians looking to ease back into First Friday celebrations after months in lockdown needn’t let the curfew in San Antonio’s downtown business district get in the way. These outdoor venues offering drinks, food and live music… Continue reading These Curfew-Friendly San Antonio Venues are Celebrating First Friday With Music, Food and Drinks

As live music turns to socially distanced gigs in the wake of COVID-19, musicians and punters need to adapt

As the nation entered lockdown in March, the internet exploded with think pieces about how people living separately from their partners might deal with intimacy and sex — remotely. And the general consensus appears to be that while the socially distanced mode is better than nothing, it’s also several orders of magnitude less awesome than… Continue reading As live music turns to socially distanced gigs in the wake of COVID-19, musicians and punters need to adapt

As coronavirus restrictions are relaxed, the future of live music in Japan looks rocky

However optimistic you feel about the future of live music in Japan, especially with the lifting of the state of emergency across the country, one thing is for certain: Nobody will be crowd-surfing anytime soon. The typical concert venue here is exactly the kind of environment epidemiologists have been warning us to avoid: cramped, stuffy… Continue reading As coronavirus restrictions are relaxed, the future of live music in Japan looks rocky

Live Music Returns to St. Louis With Drive-In Concert and Movie Series

click to enlarge VIA DRIVE IN STL Could this be the future of live music in St. Louis? This past Monday, America got a glimpse into what the live music experience will look like for the foreseeable future as… Continue reading Live Music Returns to St. Louis With Drive-In Concert and Movie Series

LIVE MUSIC LANDS IN PARKING LOTS, ON CURBS IN MID-PANDEMIC NEW ENGLAND

Photo by Jerry Lofaro via Tupelo Music HallMusic seems poised to return to the way it was presented for thousands of years before there was a formal music industry: A few elite artists subsidized by their wealthy patrons, while the rest of civilization heard music made by their neighbors at barn dances or at local… Continue reading LIVE MUSIC LANDS IN PARKING LOTS, ON CURBS IN MID-PANDEMIC NEW ENGLAND

And You by James White to fundraise for mental health charity Mind | Saffron Walden and Uttlesford News

PUBLISHED: 08:04 09 December 2019 | UPDATED: 08:04 09 December 2019 Andra Maciuca Saffron Walden musician, James White. Picture: ARCHANT Archant A Saffron Walden musician has launched a new single and will donate the profits to a mental health charity. Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must… Continue reading And You by James White to fundraise for mental health charity Mind | Saffron Walden and Uttlesford News

Why The Controversial Viagogo Purchase Of StubHub Is ‘Bad News’ For Music Fans

A Ticket Scalper Getty The tension between what companies desire and what is fair to consumers is a perennial flashpoint between corporate expansionism and regulatory willingness to tolerate it. In the case of a captive market with little regulatory resistance, the balance can skew entirely in favor of the corporation. For example, approximately 45,000 Americans… Continue reading Why The Controversial Viagogo Purchase Of StubHub Is ‘Bad News’ For Music Fans

Granta Chorale | Music | Saffron Walden Reporter

PUBLISHED: 09:16 06 December 2019 | UPDATED: 09:16 06 December 2019 Angela Singer The Granta Chorale Archant The choir Granta Chorale will give two performances of their seasonal programme this year. The festive concerts are called A Christmas Garland and A New Year Garland. The choir Granta Chorale will give two performances of their seasonal… Continue reading Granta Chorale | Music | Saffron Walden Reporter

6 Must-See Live Music Shows in December 2019 | Music | Hudson Valley

click to enlarge Crooked Still plays The Egg on December 11. C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band December 5C.J. Chenier, the son of the late, great zydeco king Clifton Chenier, has kept his father’s legacy boiling and furthered the form by weaving his own formative soul,… Continue reading 6 Must-See Live Music Shows in December 2019 | Music | Hudson Valley