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‘Baby bands’ and stages aplenty: How the COVID-19 pandemic gave WA’s local music scene a boost

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Have you been to see a live local band since the COVID-19 pandemic started? 🎸🥁👇 COVID-19 has provided a silver lining for WA musicians and audiences as more local artists take the stage, filling the gaps left by a lack of national and international tours. “It’s been an extremely good time to start a new band,” Andrew Ryan, managing director of Mojos, said. “There’s still no national or international acts, so it’s been actually positive as a breeding ground [for talent]. “You might hear people talk about COVID babies, but there’s a lot of COVID baby bands.”

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‘Baby bands’ and stages aplenty: How the COVID-19 pandemic gave WA’s local music scene a boost



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