The business of live music at this point in the pandemic
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People whose jobs depend on performing in front of crowds are among the many trying to figure out when the time is right to get back to it as vaccinations take hold. Plus, news that exports from China are up, as recovery takes hold in the U.S. and COVID slows factory production in India. And, new CDC guidelines to get the cruise industry sailing again.
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China's exports are up 32% from a year ago
The BBC's Clare Williamson reports.
Cruise lines could offer free trial voyages to test safety
U.S. cruise ships are one step closer to setting sail again.
"Things Come Around" for rock band Guster after a year of canceled tours
Adam Gardner, guitarist and founding member of Guster, talks about how the pandemic changed life for touring musicians.
David Brancaccio Host
Victoria Craig Host, BBC
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Jonathan Frewin Producer, BBC
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