The disappearance of live concerts hasn’t just affected the artists – it’s left thousands of road crew and venue workers out of a job as well. Now, some of the biggest names in rock are donating to a charity fund aimed at helping them out.
Bands like Aerosmith, U2, Guns N’Roses, and KISS have made donations to the Crew Nation Global Relief Fund, which has raised more than $15 million so far.
The Live Nation-founded charity hopes to double that total to $30 million to “continue providing support for these independent workers who are the backbone of the live music industry”.
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) August 12, 2020
Which concert are you the saddest to miss out on this year? When do you think you’ll feel safe in a large crowd again?
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