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Report: In 2021, Live Nation to Slash Payments to Performers, Shift Financial Burden to Artists in Unprecedented Move – jambands.com

In anticipation of the economic climate post-COVID-19, Live Nation will slash payouts for artists in an unprecedented move which would shift a substantial

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In anticipation of the economic climate post-COVID-19, Live Nation will slash payouts for artists in an unprecedented move which would shift a substantial amount of financial responsibility from the …

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Jerry Jeff Walker, Texas troubadour who wrote ‘Mr. Bojangles,’ dies at 78 – The Washington Post

He wrote his classic song about a man he met in jail, then helped define the “Texas outlaw” style of music.

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He was an old man with years of sorrow behind him, a homeless street performer who had once been a dancer at minstrel shows and county fairs throughout the South.
Like Mr. Walker, he didnt go by his real name. He said he was called Bojangles, after Bill Bojangles Robinson, a renowned vaudeville and film dancer who died in 1949.
Mr. Walker used the encounter as the basis for his song Mr. Bojangles:
I knew a man Bojangles and hed dance for you
In worn-out shoes
Silver hair and ragged shirt and baggy…

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21 “Haunting Of Bly Manor” Behind-The-Scenes Photos To Remind You It’s A Show – BuzzFeed

This post is basically me saying “Riddikulus” to the dementor that is Haunting of Bly Manor.

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It’s wonderful and heartbreaking, but mostly TERRIFYINGLY CREEPY.

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Rapper Offset Detained by Police During Instagram Live Stream – Newsweek

“You got guns out … I’m not gonna move my hands from my steering wheel,” the Migos member said in the video.

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In an Instagram live video posted on Saturday evening, rapper Offset of the hip-hop trio Migos was detained by police during his live stream, during a pro-Trump march in Beverly Hills.
In the video, two Beverly Hills police officers, a man and a woman, approach Offset, real name Kiari Cephus, who is sitting in his automobile.
“I’m not doing that, I’m not doing that. Because you’ve got guns out,” Offset says.
“That’s my choice,” the male officer says.
“I’m not going to move my hands from my steering…

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