With Coronavirus pandemic making huge waves across the world, people are requested to not come off of their houses. The music industry has lost billions of dollars is the last few weeks and musicians are just waiting for the day when COVID-19 ends.
KISS has done a kind act to all the crew members who make sure the tour goes smoothly.
KISS is selling a special “Stay At Home” t-shirt in support of Live Nation‘s Crew Nation relief fund.
100% of net profit generated from the purchase of the shirt will go directly to tour managers, production managers, riggers, sound engineers, backline techs, lighting directors and designers, special effects teams, carpenters and more so they can get through these difficult economic times.
“Live Nation instantly saw the need to support the road crews. These behind-the-scenes professionals are the backbone of our industry. Jackson Browne applauded the road crews and local venue staff in the song ‘The Load Out’: ‘They’re the first to come and the last to leave…’
“I’m proud Live Nation, our employees and the touring artists themselves have stepped up to provide financial relief while the concert industry is on pause”