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BOSTON - AUGUST 21: Music lovers without tickets applaud as the Rolling Stones take the stage on opening night of the Rolling Stones "A Bigger Bang" tour August 21, 2005 in Boston, Massachusetts. The 37 city tour kicked off at historic Fenway Park, with the album due to hit stores September 6th. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images)

We’ve been focusing all week long on a variety of events and funds that are providing relief to musicians and venue workers in and around Boston.


We highlighted the Boston Venue Unity Fund, who have an event scheduled for tonight, Friday May 29. We also updated the the story on Great Scott, the Allston rock club that now has a chance of reopening after the Coronavirus crisis.


Speaking of venues, #SaveOurStages is a new endeavor from the National Independent Venue Association. These venues have joined together to ask Washington for legislation that will help them survive the pandemic. Click here to learn more and to sign their petition.


Boston-based Midnight Werewolf Records has just released a compilation of local acts and all profits from sales will “be donated evenly to PPE for hospitals, restaurant / migrant workers, & local MA venues.” Click here to grab it. Let’s do what we can to keep the scene alive.