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COVID-19

“Unfortunately, the rate at which people get vaccinated before EDC is out of our control,” says founder Pasquale Rotella. “It might happen in time, it might not. Either way, we can’t take that risk.” For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

“I have never been so sick in all my life,” says singer, who routinely casts baseless doubts on the virus and called the disease “the Chinese shit” For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

PSA encouraging vaccination is part of the “It’s Up to You” campaign and debuted during the 56th ACM Awards For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

one ok rock renegades video ed sheeran

Today, ONE OK ROCK issued a rallying cry with their new single “Renegades” and its accompanying music video. Co-written alongside Ed Sheeran, the anthemic track will serve as the theme song for the live-action, manga-adapted film, Rurouni Kenshin: The Final, which drops April 23. The highly-anticipated release marks the band’s first since their 2019 album, […]

The post ONE OK ROCK return with Ed Sheeran co-written anthem “Renegades”—watch appeared first on Alternative Press.

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against the current, weapon music video

Against The Current vocalist Chrissy Costanza is ready to walk through the fire and embrace healing on her pop-rock band’s single “weapon.”  Writing the track during lockdown and in a time of darkness for the singer, “weapon” sees Costanza exploring how we are “simultaneously the protagonist and antagonist of our own story” and how she’s […]

The post Chrissy Costanza came to terms with self-sabotage on ATC’s “weapon” appeared first on Alternative Press.

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The Rolling Stones frontman opens up about his new song with Dave Grohl “Eazy Sleazy,” Trump “winging” the pandemic, and the “light at the end of the tunnel” For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

This is a guide. Well not really, when the pandemic first happened I had several nervous breakdowns. I lost my job at USC in the Music Department, I lost my many gigs and some of my private music students. I am one of many and my heart goes out to all the musicians who suffered financially during these strange times. The following is a guide to help you focus on the positive. The show must go on, one way or another. Tip 1: Cyber concerts have been blowing up online: Live streaming, meeting new people online, collaborating, and online band […]

The post Expert Advice: Guide for Musicians Surviving the Pandemic appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

For more, check out MusicConnection.com (Source)

Passes have already sold out even as festival has yet to release detailed safety protocols or a lineup For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

My name is Sandra Booker. You have probably never heard of me. I am not famous. I have never been signed to a major recording deal. I have never toured with a major artist or band. I have never had a manager or agent (until very recently). I was never the first (or second or 50th) call for studio sessions in Los Angeles or New York. I have never taught music at the university level. I never met the so-called right people and the ones I thought were the right people, usually turned out to be the exact opposite. I […]

The post Artist to Artist: Singing in the Age of Covid-19 appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

For more, check out MusicConnection.com (Source)

Bonnaroo 2021 festival

Bonnaroo is officially preparing for its 2021 return Sept. 2–5 in Manchester, Tennessee. The festival, which kicks off with the Grand Ole Opry Thursday, includes a slew of talented artists such as Foo Fighters, Megan Thee Stallion, Lizzo, Phoebe Bridgers, Lana Del Rey and Tyler, The Creator. Similar to other festivals and concerts around the […]

The post Foo Fighters, Phoebe Bridgers and Lizzo among 2021 Bonnaroo lineup appeared first on Alternative Press.

For more, go to: AltPress.com (Source)