New York Times: The Jazz Standard Is Silenced by the Pandemic. More Clubs May Follow.

New York Times: The Jazz Standard Is Silenced by the Pandemic. More Clubs May Follow.. “The pandemic has been brutal for music venues around the country. With few exceptions, they have been unable to put on shows and, unlike restaurants and bars, have received little consideration in the reopening plans of most state governments. A federal bill, the Heroes Act, had earmarked $10 billion in relief for music venues and other live-music businesses, but the bill stalled in Congress this fall as larger talks over government relief broke down.”

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