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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 7: For The Fans

Joanna Castillo poses for a portrait with three 15-inch-high piles of music shirts that celebrate a variety of artists, venues, concerts and festivals. Castillo bought between 40-50 shirts in just the past year to support artists that were unable to perform because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Joanna Castillo poses for a portrait with three 15-inch-high piles of music shirts that celebrate a variety of artists, venues, concerts and festivals. Castillo bought between 40 and 50 shirts in just the past year to support artists that were unable to perform because of the coronavirus pandemic.

In this episode, it's all about the fans! You’ll hear how they coped when there were no live shows and how they feel now that things are opening back up.

In this episode, you’ll hear from:

Check out Andrew Weber’s piece on venues not yet receiving federal relief.

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Jonathan Weldon, his wife Laura, and sons Pierce, 8, and Oliver, 4, have been organizing small concerts in their front yard over the course of the coronavirus pandemic.

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