Live music ,what happens next?

Hi, at this point all concerts and live gigs have been cancelled for the foreseeable future due to the pandemic. Ongoing surveys suggest that nearly forty percent of regular concert goers will not attend a concert until a vaccine is found or 2021 at earliest. This is ok if you are Adele or The Killers but what about the vast majority of musicians who rely on pubs , small venues, cruise ships or weddings to make a living. We would love to know how you are coping, plans for the future etc. Stay safe,CROWS.

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  • CLIQUE
    CLIQUE LONDON
    A disaster for working musicians like us ,the wedding circuit has been decimated by Covid ,all our gigs cancelled till October. Some of our members have no money at all going in and venues say it might be two years before things get back to normal.

    A disaster for working musicians like us ,the wedding circuit has been decimated by Covid ,all our gigs cancelled till October. Some of our members have no money at all going in and venues say it might be two years before things get back to normal.

  • Paul Simmons
    Paul Simmons Liverpool;
    The closure of the Zanzibar is a massive blow to bands playing original music in Liverpool. Even place likes the Casa which has been around a long time are in trouble, how can owners pay bands when customers are at a trickle, dark days ahead.

    The closure of the Zanzibar is a massive blow to bands playing original music in Liverpool. Even place likes the Casa which has been around a long time are in trouble, how can owners pay bands when customers are at a trickle, dark days ahead.

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