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Music News: An IPO in a pandemic? Streaming boom makes money...for investors


A planned IPO for Warner Music is evidence of a streaming-fueled rebound for the recording industry. Meanwhile, Laura Marling's livestreams suggest that rarity, rather than ubiquity, could be the key to some artists' income right now. Also today: Black Dresses break up after online harassment, steel guitarist Bucky Baxter dies, and Billie Eilish releases film slamming body-shaming.

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Coffee Break: People have the power

People with raised fists.

This week we have centered Coffee Break themes around cleaning up, neighbors, change, revolution, and now after two weeks of unrest in the Twin Cities and beyond, it seems time for a theme centered around the understanding that "people have the power".

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Rage Against the Machine at the Target Center

Today in Music History: Rage went No. 1 with 'Evil Empire'


Rage Against The Machine went No. 1 with 'Evil Empire'; Richard Butler was born; Elvis Presley's televised gyrations caused a stir; Roy Oribson went to No. 1 with 'Running Scared'; Paul McCartney released an album with a side of coffee; Bob Dylan graduated from Hibbing High School; U2 performed and recorded at Red Rocks, Today in Music History.

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