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You can go see a concert in Nashville now but with heavy restrictions
You can go see a concert in Nashville now but with heavy restrictions
As parts of the economy continue reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic, Nashville is allowing businesses to do a soft reopening for concerts with some restrictions. The city is entering Phase 2 of their reopening plan this week including restaurants and retailers at 75 percent capacity, bars that sell food hosting concerts with no more than two performers on stage and more. Re...
Death Angel’s drummer apparently met Satan and lived to tell the tale
Death Angel’s drummer apparently met Satan and lived to tell the tale
While Exodus, Testament and Death Angel were on tour earlier this year, several members of the bands and their crews contracted COVID-19 as the coronavirus pandemic was starting to catch international attention but drummer Will Carroll was hit the worst and ended up in a coma that he has now recovered from. During the time the Death Ange...
Here’s what Arkansas’ first socially-distant concert actually looks like
Here’s what Arkansas’ first socially-distant concert actually looks like
Arkansas is finally seeing what a concert looks like in the coronavirus pandemic with the Travis McCready show finally taking place tonight (May 18) after several issues with making it happen. Fans began filing in and are now sharing some photos and videos of their experiences going to the show. Read More: Y... Read More ...
Arkansas’ first socially-distant gig is canceled but the venue is fighting back
Arkansas’ first socially-distant gig is canceled but the venue is fighting back
After receiving a cease and desist order from Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson this week, TempleLive is revealing they are canceling the Travis McCready concert scheduled for this Friday (May 15). According to Billboard, the venue held a press conference today revealing the show which was set to be one of the first socially-distant concerts but they may be rescheduling the show.
Coronavirus challenge toilet seat-licker says Dr. Phil is part of the Illuminati
Coronavirus challenge toilet seat-licker says Dr. Phil is part of the Illuminati
The social media wonder that is Ava Louise has done it again, this time with Dr. Phil. Does Ava Louise not ring any bells? It shouldn't. To clarify, it's the girl who went viral for licking the toilet seat on an airplane and starting that whole "Coronavirus Challenge" on TikTok challenge just last week...
OP-ED: The coronavirus pandemic is not the end of your band
OP-ED: The coronavirus pandemic is not the end of your band
The coronavirus pandemic is making things hard for a lot of people. But nobody thought it was going to decimate both our leisure time and the lives of the people who color it. While nationwide moratoriums on shows, entertainment and sporting events are hard to get around, it doesn't have to mean that your band has to come to an end...
10 ways to help bands and your music scene amid the coronavirus pandemic
10 ways to help bands and your music scene amid the coronavirus pandemic
For a virus that mimics symptoms of the flu, coronavirus has turned all of our lives into a real-life horror movie. Despite calls to wash hands in the length of time it takes to sing “Happy Birthday” (or your favorite scene song), keep a larger personal space field and stop touching your face, COVID-19 has spread rapidly, making shut-ins of us all. Especially...