With live events grinding to a halt around the globe due to the COVID-19 pandemic, musicians who rely on touring to make most of their money are expressing serious concern about their immediate financial stability. So are brick-and-mortar record stores, who need customers to stay afloat. Now, the music industry is attempting to take on the challenges brought on by these unprecedented times. For instance, Bandcamp recently waived its revenue share from all sales for a day, spurring a wildly successful sales drive that earned musicians $4.3 million.
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