2021 Plans for Rock's Biggest Classic Rock Bands


The past 12 months have been among the strangest and most trying times in the history of rock music.

The coronavirus pandemic has all but shut down the touring industry for more than a year now, leaving music’s biggest superstars in the same boat as the rest of us: Trying to figure out how to move forward in a world turned upside down.

Naturally, many of these highly creative and driven people quickly figured out how to adapt, with streaming concerts, lockdown recording sessions and an increased focus on direct communication with their fans. And now that vaccines are being rushed into the arms of millions of people every day, we’re fast approaching the point where we can at least start to think about a return to live music.

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