Music & Pandemia
Each week we will feature quotes, experiences and lovely thoughts shared directly with us from people across the music industry about how COVID-19 has affected them, their lives and music or the business at large. Thank you all and to everyone who strives in their art.
The Day the Music Died Part 8
Published October 16, 2020
The Rock House—Jeanette Bair's home and music venue
The Day the Music Died Part 7
Published September 18, 2020
Molly Healey | Photo by Scott Peterson
April Burney Shafer:
The Day the Music Died Part 6
Published September 4, 2020
John Shafer and April Burney Shafer
The Day the Music Died Part 5:
Published August 1, 2020
Larry Lee | Photo by Jim Mayfield
The Day the Music Died Part 4:
Published July 17, 2020
The Hillbenders L-R: Gary Rea, Chad “Gravy Boat” Graves, Nolan Lawrence, Jim Rea and Mark Cassidy
The Day the Music Died Part 3:
Published July 10, 2020
The Day the Music Died Part 2:
Published July 3, 2020
Tim O'Brien. Photo by Scott Simontacchi.
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