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With touring on hold, artists have become increasingly dependent on music and merch sales, which means they're also relying a lot on the USPS.
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“The Save Our Stages Act is a critical lifeline,” said Joe Shanahan, the founder, owner, and operator of iconic Chicago venue Metro.
As independent agencies lobby Congress for coronavirus relief, bookers are in a constant state of rescheduling tours for the artists they represent.
Characterised by stretching vowel sounds way beyond what is necessary, the last decade has given us a bounty of "cursive singers", AKA vocalists doing the most.
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