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Watch Jane's Addiction Reunite for Lollapalooza Live Stream

29 years after establishing it as a traveling farewell tour, Jane’s Addiction brought it all back home to Lollapalooza this past weekend as they performed a live set for the festival’s stream.
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Why You'll Be Seeing More Music Videos in Your Facebook Feed

The social media giant is set to unveil hundreds of thousands of music videos this weekend. The move comes to challenge YouTube, which has had a stronghold as the space for music videos on the internet this year.
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The First Socially Distanced Indoor Concert in the UK Was 'Strange' and Not Sustainable

The first socially distanced indoor concert was held in the UK this past Tuesday presenting newfound challenges that have left organizers skeptical about the ability to hold similar shows in the future.
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Watch Chris Cornell's Daughter Toni Deliver a Perfect Pearl Jam Cover With 'Black'

Toni Cornell took part in the first night of Lollapalooza’s Lolla2020 virtual festival and treated viewers to a stripped-down version of Pearl Jam’s Ten classic “Black.”
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Rome Ramirez Reflects on Anniversary of Sublime: 'It's the Bible'

Sublime with Rome, which also features original Sublime bassist Eric Wilson, began in 2009. The group’s released three albums, the most recent of which being 2019’s Blessings.
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Alanis Morissette and Liz Phair Swap Awful Stories About Music Industry Sexism

A joint trek featuring Alanis Morissette hitting the road with Liz Phair and Garbage in 2020 won’t be happening. Rather than complain, Liz and Alanis hopped on a video call to talk through their frustrations and open up about their storied careers.
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Fighting for Their Future: How Independent Music Venues Survive the COVID-19 Pandemic

A conversation with several individuals involved with the National Independent Venue Association speak on how the COVID-19 pandemic as affected their staff and what it will take to keep their doors open in the future.
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Pearl Jam, Green Day, and More Urge Political Campaigns to Seek Consent Before Using Music in Open Letter

Musicians have signed an open letter asking that political campaigns seek consent from the recording artists and songwriters before using their music.
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Study Shows Playing a Musical Instrument Is Good for Your Mental Health

It could be the creative outlet, it could be the stress relief, most likely it’s just because making music is a whole lot of fun! A new study, meant to explore how learning an instrument can affect a person’s mood, has produced some positive results.
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Paul McCartney, Outkast, Michelle Obama, and More To Take Part In Lollapalooza’s Virtual Festival

Since Lollapalooza was forced to cancel it’s 2020 event due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the festival has taken a reimagined approach on what was supposed to be its weekend in Chicago.
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