Just because lockdowns are ending doesn’t mean that you have to start immediately going out again. You can still host some epic nights with your friends and family, and within that you can have the best possible movie night with the tips that we have for you in this article. Movie night is supposed to be fun, carefree and all about chilling out and enjoying the experience.
Finally, the restrictions imposed by the Pandemic are starting to lift and life is getting back to something that at least resembles normal. Of course, for so many of us, this means getting back (albeit slowly and cautiously) to seeing live events and even attending overnight festivals. Although, there are some important things you need to know and consider beforehand.
Las Vegas has long been known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, and it attracts nearly 50 million people every year. It may be best known for its casinos and gambling, but it also has a flourishing music scene. In recent years, though, the need for music and casino fans to make the long journey to the west of the USA may be waning. This is because there are various ways to get the same experience without having to hop on a plane.
Cha:dy is a Parisian alt-jazz singer who, last week, released new single ‘Lazy’. Taken from a forthcoming EP, it shines a light on young people suffering with mental health. Having suffered herself, Cha:dy was able to tap into her innermost emotions to write a song that is as honest as it is moving. Steve Holley had the chance to speak with Cha:dy.
This year is a tough one to be a musician. Performances are still a major source of income for most of them, and with lockdowns making a comeback, many might be concerned about what to do next. The good news is that musical talent is a very valuable skill and one that is in much higher demand than you may imagine. It can also be monetised if you use the right methods. This could be a good time to start looking at additional streams of income. Let’s take a look at how musicians can make extra money during the COVID crisis.