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Report: In 2021, Live Nation to Slash Payments to Performers, Shift Financial Burden to Artists in Unprecedented Move – jambands.com

In anticipation of the economic climate post-COVID-19, Live Nation will slash payouts for artists in an unprecedented move which would shift a substantial

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Watch Sufjan Stevens’ Video for New Song “Video Game” – Pitchfork

The latest from The Ascension stars “Renegade” dance creator Jalaiah Harmon

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Sufjan Stevens has shared the latest single from his new album The Ascension. This ones called Video Game. It arrives with the below Nicole Ginelli-directed video starring and choreographed by Jalaiah Harmon (creator of the viral Renegade dance). Stevens said of the song and video in a statement:
Its unfortunate that we live in a society where the value of people is quantified by likes, followers, listeners and views. So many people are seeking attention for the wrong reasons. I think we should…

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Turnpike Troubadours’ Evan Felker Says He’s Sober, Focused on Music in New Interview – Rolling Stone

Oklahoma songwriter recounts his bumpy road to redemption for the upcoming book Red Dirt: Roots Music, Born in Oklahoma, Raised in Texas, at Home Anywhere

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For more than a year, the Turnpike Troubadours have been on what they have termed an indefinite hiatus. During that time, band co-founder and front man Evan Felker has kept a low profile, staying far away from media (social or otherwise), and distancing himself from the high-profile turmoil that dogged him and his band in 2018 and 2019.
On September 19th, the book Red Dirt: Roots Music, Born in Oklahoma, Raised in Texas, at Home Anywhere, will be released worldwide. The book tells of how the Re…

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AMC Theaters plans to open about two-thirds of its U.S. locations by September 3 – CBS News

The company hopes to reopen more than 100 U.S. theaters by August 20.

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AMC Theaters, the nation’s largest theater chain, announced Wednesday that it plans to reopen approximately two-thirds of its U.S. locations by September 3. More than 100 U.S. theaters will reopen by August 20, AMC added. 
AMC said all of its remaining U.S. locations will reopen when state and local authorities say it is safe to do so, but did not specify where it expected further delays. All of its theaters in the Middle East and Europe will reopen by August 26.   
In the statement announcing…

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