This Week’s Rock News: COVID-19 Hits the Music Industry Hard
So I thought last week was weird, but this week has only gotten more intense. Concerts are being cancelled, venues are being shut down, and everybody is wondering how we'll get through this. Well, we will, and even though today's stories are coronavirus related, they're actually good stories with hope for the summer months.
We start with Record Store Day which was supposed to be held in mid April. Not anymore. I've got the new date for you on this week's rock news. Just click on the link below for more info.
Neil Young is doing his part to keep fans happy. Want to know how? Listen to this week's rock news below. And even though promoters have had to postpone a number of shows, they're hopeful that the summer months will be heavy in shows and make-up shows. Let's stay optimistic.
And Rush fans will happy to know that Alex Lifeson is doing his part to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Find out what he has to say by listening to this week's rock news. Just click on the link below.
We do rock news for you every weekday morning at 6:45 on The Boris and Robyn Show. But if you miss it, check back here. Thanks for listening and be well.
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