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Gibson donates hand-crafted acoustics to the students of Gallatin High School

The acoustics will let the school offer guitar classes during academic hours.

British music stores report spiking sales during the pandemic

More people have time to learn the guitar – and the sales reflect that.

2020 will be Fender’s “biggest year” in sales, says CEO Andy Mooney

“I would never have predicted that we would be looking at having a record year”.

A study claims that 64% of UK musicians are considering quitting

It also hints that a significant proportion are failing to qualify for the government’s Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.

US to raise artist visa application fees by 50%

Increased fees and policy changes to take effect from 2 October.

A US court ruling could change the nature of online marketplaces such as Reverb, Amazon and eBay

The ruling calls into question how much responsibility they have for the items sold through their platforms.

Universal Audio sets up GoFundMe for workers displaced by California wildfires

Donations to the campaign will be matched by the brand.

“It‘s costing us £30,000 a week at the moment to be closed”: Bill Heckle, co-owner of the Cavern Club

The Liverpool venue, known for regularly hosting The Beatles, fights for “survival” amid COVID-19 lockdown.

Stairway To Heaven legal battle resurfaces, US Supreme Court asked to intervene

The chances of the petition being successful are another matter, however.
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