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Coronavirus

Eli Young Band to Play First Drive-In Concert in Texas

To follow social distancing guidelines, a stage will be set up in the parking lot where the artists will perform as fans watch from inside their cars. They’ll be able to listen to the hour-long set as it broadcasts through the car radio.
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See the New Premiere Dates of All the Movie Releases Delayed by Coronavirus

Coronavirus had forced the movie industry into a standstill. Not only has production on new projects been halted, but many highly-anticipated movie releases have been pushed back to later this year or 2021! See the new release dates now.
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Orgon National Guard Announce Flyovers On Friday

Friday The Orgeon National Guard will be doing flyovers over area hospitals and other landmarks.
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We Might Be Able to Go to Concerts Soon, If We All Wear Spacesuits to Them

It’s called the “Micrashell,” and has a ventilation system that will protect you from viruses in large crowds, such as at a concert. Also, apparently there is only a top piece, so no need to worry about how you’ll use the bathroom in that thing.
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Dwight Yoakam Gets Married in Special Social Distance Ceremony

Dwight Yoakam and Emily Joyce we wed last month in front of fewer than ten witnesses who all kept a proper distance from each other during the service.
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Missouri to Allow Concerts Starting Today

Missouri plans to start gradually reopening their state on Monday May 4th and part of Gov. Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong” recovery plan is the return of large-scale live events such as concerts and sporting events.
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Kenny Chesney Tells Us Why 'Here And Now' Means Something More During This Crisis

Being present, almost too present, in the here and now is a feeling we can all relate to in times of crisis. Thankfully, good news like brand new music from Kenny Chesney is here to lift us up.
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Poll: Most Americans Won’t Attend Concerts Until There’s a Coronavirus Vaccine

A new Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll shows that a majority of Americans prefer to stay home rather than attending concerts, movie theaters, sporting events, and amusement parks without a COVID-19 vaccine in place.
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NYC Firefighter Plays Epic Guitar Version of 'The Star Spangled Banner' to Honor Healthcare Workers

NYC firefighter Louis DeRosa has gone viral for his stirring, wailing-guitar version of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ while standing atop a fire engine outside New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan during a tribute to healthcare workers.
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Over 800 Independent Concert Venues Across the Country Call on Congress for Aid

A coalition of independent concert venues across the nation have issued a letter to Congress asking for assistance to help offset the loss of business they’ve endured during the coronavirus pandemic.
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