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What COVID has taught us about making live music accessible to everyone – ABC News

As live music returns in much of the country, advocates and artists with disability say the industry should learn some lessons from the pandemic and build back…

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For fans and artists alike, live gigs are a fundamental part of the experience of music.
Before sound was ever committed to tape or compressed into a computer file, it was enjoyed in real-time.
But as the COVID lockdowns put a stop to live music, they prompted a conversation about who gets locked out of live music in normal times  not just during a pandemic  and how to address that inequity.
As live music returns in much of the country, advocates and artists with disability say the industry should…

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