After most events were canceled in 2020, there are still questions about how comfortable concertgoers may be with crowds.
When the pandemic hit, Western swing group Asleep at the Wheel lost 75% of its income. So it cut expenses and applied for federal relief funds.
Adam Gardner, guitarist and founding member of Guster, talks about how the pandemic changed life for touring musicians.
Limited audience capacity and higher ticket prices are some of the changes concertgoers can expect this summer.
Live music venues have largely gone dark during the pandemic, along with the economies of many historically vibrant music scenes throughout the country.