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YOUR TOP 20: WEEKND VS. WAVE
Deja vu all over again? (4/7a)
GORES RESETS: STARTS RELIEF FUND, FOREGOES SALARY
What a change of heart. (4/7a)
A MESSAGE FROM
SIR LUCIAN
Hallelujah (4/7a)
STYLED BY STYLES
Fashion in the time of coronavirus (4/7a)
MAYBE, JUST MAYBE, PART 5: EVERYBODY’S WORKING FOR
THE WEEKEND
More werds of whizdom from our Editur in Cheef (4/6a)
WE FOUND SOME TOILET PAPER
Also known as back issues of HITS.
SOCIAL DISTANCING
We turn out to be pioneers.
STREAMING STORIES
The music doc shows new muscle.
ELECTION 2020
Not postponed yet.
Blighty Beat
TRADE ORGS PUSH FOR MUSICIAN AID
3/23/20

U.K. musicians have lost an estimated £13.9m in earnings due to the coronavirus pandemic and trade orgs are demanding help from the Government for the self-employed.

A report from The Musicians’ Union in the U.K. revealed that 90% of musicians have already been affected, with job opportunities down 69% vs. the same time last year. According to the findings, the highest loss of earnings is due to canceled gigs and live performances. Teaching and orchestral work are also experiencing a significant downturn due to social distancing measures, closures and pupil isolation. As a result, the MU has launched a Coronavirus Hardship Fund to offer £200 grants to those who are facing financial difficulty.

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