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If there’s one thing we’ve all learned recently, it’s that musicians and music fans can’t be kept apart. In the weeks since tours and gigs started being postponed or canceled, the number of support initiatives and virtual livestreams has exploded.
Let’s face it, the music industry is going through an uncertain period right now. Venues have had to close their doors indefinitely, and artists have been forced into busking online for money.
There’s not a lot of information out there about what it is a publicist actually does, and depending on what industry you’re in and how big of an artist you’re working with, your responsibilities can vary to a pretty large degree.
Even in the best of times, independent musicians often struggles with issues like anxiety and depression, and with so much uncertainty regarding the current Coronavirus pandemic permeating all aspects of daily life, having mental health resources available for artists is more important than ever.