San Francisco Chronicle: The Future Of Music Is About To Get Weird

Making it in music has never been easy. Successful artists often have to endure long hours, ever-changing trends, corrupt labels, greedy bosses, copycats and constantly shifting business models.

Now, the novel coronavirus has shuttered concert venues across the country, with no real end in sight. Indoor concerts will likely be the last thing to reopen — small spaces, sweaty bodies and lots of shared air make for perfect viral swapping conditions — and many artists predict that the impact on the music industry will linger long after the virus is gone.

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