German doctors recently treated a man who had blood on the brain after a Motörhead concert. He came to them after complaining of worsening headaches for two weeks. The doctors conducted a cranial CT scan and saw that he had a chronic subdural haematoma on the right side of his brain.
There was a lot of news this past week. Here are some stories that caught our eyes. The Broadway Musical Crisis —Commentary “The rise of the commodity musical, then, is at least as much a symptom as it is a disease. Either way, it will probably not be cured in our lifetimes. To
For the first time, executives from Live Nation Entertainment’s Ticketmaster, Concerts and Touring divisions will be at VenueConnect 2014, the annual conference and trade show hosted by IAVM. In addition to the opportunity to network with some of the world’s top live event promo
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