The future of music venues in the age of coronavirus

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In this photograph taken by AP Images for T-Mobile — A general view of the T-Mobile SIDEKICK 4G electronic signage and layout at the Park West music venue during the T-Mobile SIDEKICK 4G Secret Show.

R&B superstar Jeremih and R&B artist K’LA performed a free concert at the T-Mobile SIDEKICK 4G Secret Show on Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at the Park West music venue in Chicago.

(Ross Dettman/AP Images for T–Mobile)

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WGN Radio’s Rollye James speaks with Rev. Moose, executive director and co-founder of the National Independent Venue Association, about the future of live music venues in the face of COVID-19 and the unique challenges faced by performers and venues across the nation.

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