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Scientists Hold Concerts to Determine How to Bring Shows Back

Researchers in Germany recently held three concerts in a single day to investigate how the coronavirus is likely transmitted in group settings. The team hopes to use the data gleaned from the event to create guidelines for governmental agencies...

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Miking to Meet Bjork’s Vision

When avant garde songstress Bjork envisioned Cornucopia, 50-piece choirs and invented instruments in an immersive audio landscape was only the beginning.

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Live Aid — July 13, 1985

By Clive Young. There had never been anything quite like it—sure, there’d been George Harrison's Concert for Bangladesh and the No Nukes shows of 1979, but this was something else entirely. It was the biggest charity concert of all-time,...

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