The Daily Headliner – 07
Live Nation Stock Rebounding
The stock market has been on a tear since crashing in March due to the COVID economy. Check out our article explaining why with a focus on Live Nation (LYV) and the efforts of its President/CEO Michael Rapino.
As protests continue nationwide over the death of George Floyd, many music industry leaders including Live Nation, TikTok, and record labels from Sony, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and independent entities announced they are participating in Blackout Tuesday today.
As states across the country relax restrictions on businesses and gatherings, the prospect of professional sports returning is gathering momentum. The NFL has a few months until the scheduled start of the season, and teams and cities are growing positive over the possibilities for the season. However, MLB’s momentum seems to be running around in circles as it struggles to find any common ground with players.
Metropolitan Opera Closes Curtain on 2020
After initially cancelling recent performances, the Metropolitan Opera is taking a longer term view of the pandemic. It currently does not plan to open with performances again until December 31, 2020.
Mötley Crüe Joins List of Postponed Tours
The Power of K-pop
K-pop fans are known for their multitudes and devoted fanaticism especially on social media. Recently their activity seemed to down the iWatch Dallas app in the midst of nationwide protests.
To help smooth over some COVID-19 and violence depression, check out this list of 57 feel-good songs from Elle.
Daily Virtual Concerts
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