National Independent Venue Foundation (NIVF) Created To Preserve Live Music

While the industry waits with baited breath for the passage of the Save Our Stages Act in Congress, the National Independent Venue Association has announced the formation of the National. Continue reading

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Bandcamp Launches Live Stream Platform with Integrated Merch

Bandcamp has launched a live streaming platform that integrates merchandise sales from the indie music platform. Streaming on the platform will cost 10% with all fees waived until March 31,. Continue reading

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Ticketmaster Clarifies COVID Concert Screening Plans

Ticketmaster says that it has no plans to require vaccines and testing for entry into future concerts, but rather that it is working to provide promoters and fans with safer. Continue reading

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Harmonic Analysis of Radiohead’s “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi”

In this detailed harmonic analysis, Filippo Faustini breaks down Radiohead’s 2007 track “Weird Fishes/Arpeggi” as well as comparing the original arrangement to one by British singer/songwriter Lianne La Havas. Guest post. Continue reading

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Ticketmaster Plans Digital ‘Health Pass’ To Admit Fans To 2021 Shows

Ticketmaster is planning to require that fans show a digital “Health Pass” before they are admitted to shows in the summer of 2021. There is no word yet if Live. Continue reading

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Google-Backed Live Music Data Platform DEMAND To Shut Down

Google-backed live music data platform DEMAND is shutting down. The startup, which launched just a month before the pandemic cancelled all shows, was part of Google’s experimental Area 120 lab.. Continue reading

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Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Talks Bob Marley, Dub, Reggae, Production [INTERVIEW]

Berklee Online’s Pat Healy talks with 84-year old Lee “Scratch” Perry about his truly monumental legacy and career breaking new ground in now-familiar genres like Dub and Reggae, as well. Continue reading

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How To Host A Virtual New Year’s Eve Event

It’s safe to say most people’s New Year’s Eve isn’t going to be what they’d planned a year ago. With COVID-19 as great a threat as ever, those in the. Continue reading

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Live Streaming Is Center Stage For 2021, But Is It Ready? [KEITH JOPLING]

17,000 artists have streamed 57,000 performance sing the pandemic hit in late March, according to global music live streaming hub Bandsintown. That volume has put music live streaming center stage.. Continue reading

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4 Mistakes You’re Likely Making Producing Virtual Events

Like it or not, 2020 has proven to be the year of livestreaming. Theater, conferences, concerts etc. have all made the jump to virtual streaming. Unfortunately, as easy as they. Continue reading

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