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Setlist: The future of live music, charity chart battles

By and | Published on Monday 4 May 2020

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CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including new research into what the future music look like for live music after lockdown, plus the ressurgence of charity singles as the Live Lounge Allstars knock Captain Tom off number one in the UK singles chart. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital.

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STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK
Only 40% of American sport and music fans say they’ll rush back to live events once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted
New interest in livestreamed gigs looks likely to outlive COVID-19 shutdown, says UTA
Captain Tom goes to number one following Weeknd intervention – Stay Home Live Lounge on course for top spot this week
Chris Martin, Dua Lipa and more contribute to BBC’s Stay Home Live Lounge
Foo Fighters donate Stay Home Live Lounge royalties to charity, while BBC’s drumming weatherman forms a virtual band
Dave Grohl thanks BBC, as Times Like These charity cover battles with The Weeknd for number one

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