Bryan Adams. Jon Bon Jovi. Ed Sheeran. Kiss. You can add them all to the growing list of artists whose shows and tours have been sidelined by COVID.
And given the insane, inconsistent patchwork of rules and regulations that vary from state to state and province to province, things aren’t going to get any simpler anytime soon. What does it all mean for the future of concerts? Good question — and one that Eric Alper and I are tackling in today’s Sonic Reducers segment. Listen in as we talk about all the latest cases, try to figure out if this it just the new normal, and reveal how Led Zeppelin pioneered the whole bubble concept travelling in a laser pyramid way back in the ’70s. Spoiler alert: The last part of that sentence is definitely not true. Sonic Reducers. One topic. Two music nerds. Five minutes. Everything you need to know.