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New $10 Billion Plan Proposed to Save Live Music Venues Across the US

A new bill introduced by Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) aims to provide much needed relief to independent music venues. The Save Our Stages Act aims to help those affected by the COVID-19 shutdown.
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Elon Musk Confirms We'll One Day Listen to Music via Brain Chip

Musk’s latest venture is through a company called Neuralink, a neurotechnology company developing implantable brain-machine interfaces. Musk said the interface will have the ability to stream music directly to our brain.
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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Stands Up for Teachers: 'America’s Educators Deserve a Plan, Not a Trap'

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, whose mother was a public school teacher, has penned an open letter in The Atlantic, ‘In Defense of Our Teachers,’ to make his case about planning to reopen schools rather than swinging the doors open wide.
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Remembering Chester Bennington: A Look Back at the Legacy and Lessons

Close collaborators from Linkin Park and Grey Daze share some of the legacy and lessons from Chester Bennington, and talk about the importance of communication in mental health.
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Top Live Music Exec Suggests That Concerts Won't Return Until 2022

Geiger said in his opinion concerts won’t return until 2022. Noting that there are probably “20 roadblocks” in the way such as the virus itself, spacing, density, and insurance.
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The Killers Drop Video for 'My Own Soul's Warning,' New Album 'Imploding The Mirage' Set For August 21

The Killers have announced a release date for their forthcoming album, ‘Imploding The Mirage.’ Along with the album announcement comes the official video for “My Own Soul’s Warning.”
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Viral Website Creates '90s Music Festival Lineups With Links To Concert Footage

With the majority of concerts still on hiatus, and more future festivals postponing their upcoming events, it may be a while before fans get to see their favorite artists live.
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While Your Grandma Makes Lasagna, Dorothea Taylor Makes Beats

When she’s not instructing students, playing the organ for her church group, or laying the beats for her band Badlander, Dorothea enjoys posting drum covers of some of her favorite songs – and she’s starting to get noticed.
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Dropped Frames Vol. 1: Mike Shinoda's New Album Helped Him 'Stay Sane'

Shinoda’s latest album was curated with the help of fans during his at-home quarantine Twitch recording and production sessions. The musician recently spoke about how it all came together and how it’s helped him cope with these uncertain times.
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Watch Eddie Vedder Masterfully Hit a Baseball While Surfing

Surfing can be a tricky task on its own. Same with hitting a baseball. Combine the two? You must be crazy. Eddie Vedder did exactly that in a new video he posted on Facebook and it might just be the most impressive thing you watch today.
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