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What happens to the live music capital of the world when there’s no live music?

Pause/Play Season 2, Episode 2: The Reopening

 James Moody, owner of the Mohawk in Austin, sits on a stool by the indoor stage.
Julia Reihs
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KUTX
James Moody, owner of the Mohawk, sits on a stool by the Austin venue's indoor stage. Mohawk is undergoing renovations before its planned re-opening this spring or early summer.

On March 10, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott reopened the state. Now, businesses can operate at 100% capacity. He also lifted the statewide mask mandate. We talked to musicians, venue owners and staff about how they plan to navigate the reopening.

Clayton England poses outside with his guitar.
Gabriel C. Pérez
Clayton England, a musician and bartender at Far Out Lounge in South Austin, sits outside his home on Tuesday.

In this episode you’ll hear from:

Lessons from Lockdown: The Artist

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