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“This is an unprecedented time.” “We’re all in this together.” “Welcome to the new normal.” These are all talking points that have consumed our collective consciousness since the global pandemic hit in early March 2020. Here in the United States, no matter your politics, the pandemic has affected every walk of life and all aspects of business. One of the hardest hit has been the music industry. The National Independent Venue Association reports live events provide 75% of all artists’ income and that, while nearly 90% of all U.S. businesses have reopened in some capacity, many independent venues remain shut. […]

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Back in June, Andrew McMahon announced that he is teaming up with Drive-In OC for a two-night drive-in concert series. In celebration of Jack Mannequin‘s Everything In Transit anniversary, McMahon is playing the album in its entirety. Now, McMahon has announced that his Saturday performance is being livestreamed for fans. Read more: Here’s what the first […]

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[Photo by: Brendan Walter] Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the concert industry is trying to find new ways to put on live events. With reports predicting that large scale events won’t return until 2021, promoters are getting creative with ideas of drive-in concerts, isolation pods and more. Now, it appears that Andrew McMahon and Nederlander […]

[Photo by Haidan/Unsplash] With social-distancing measures in place and strict regulations for gatherings and events, music lovers have been thinking outside the box for creative ways to showcase live music. Well, the MLB team the Texas Rangers just announced a massive four-day drive-in concert series this June.  Live Nation has previously spoken about experimenting with […]

[Photo via Wikipedia Commons] While concerts are currently unable to happen as we remember them, some people are finding new ways to perform without putting people at risk of catching the coronavirus which electronic artist Marc Rebillet is doing with a drive-in concert tour. What started as a few shows happening at drive-ins across Europe has blown […]