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Chicago

Chicago at MGM Northfield Park has been rescheduled to May 23, 2021.
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With no singing allowed, class 'signs' songs

St. Damian Catholic School enforced strict guidelines for in-person learning during the pandemic, requiring students to wear masks and stay six feet apart.
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RADIO.COM LIVE with Bon Jovi: Finding simplicity and complexity amid the pandemic

“2020 is a year unlike any other that we’ve ever experienced,” says Jon Bon Jovi. “In fact, if you really get down to the nitty-gritty it’s been a hundred years since there was something as strange as this pandemic.”
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Bon Jovi Exclusive Tonight

Join RADIO.com in the Star 102 Virtual Performance Lounge driven by truenorth convenience stores as we bring you Bon Jovi like you've never seen him before tonight at 6:00pm.
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The Wedding Songs That Leads To The Happiest (And Unhappiest) Marriages

The Wedding Songs That Leads To The Happiest (And Unhappiest) Marriages
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Alicia Keys Talks About Her Favorite Tracks on 'ALICIA'

Alicia Keys virtually caught up with Big Tigger from Atlanta’s V-103 and RADIO.COM to discuss her new album, ‘ALICIA’and exchange congratulations.
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Study: 78 Minutes of Music a Day Improves Mental Health

The study examined the listening habits of 7,500 people and how they affected their physical and mental well-being. Music is tied to emotion and researchers say they were able to quantify it with this study.
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Can These Shoes Making Listening To Music at Home Seem Like You're at a Show?

The future of music is on your feet. At least that’s what sneaker company DropLabs hopes will be the case, releasing their EP 01 shoes that simultaneously vibrate to the music in your headphones.
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5 Podcasts That Are Perfect for Music Lovers

Whether you’re a music buff or just someone who can appreciate a good tune, these podcasts will give you all of the latest music news you need from some of your favorite musicians and music industry leaders.
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People Are Buying Cassette Tapes Again as Sales Have Doubled In 2020

People are buying cassette tapes again as sales have doubled in 2020. Now, it appears another former music listening device is making a comeback.
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