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August 10, 2010 In the Internet age, independent labels might have an easier time making connections with fans.
The cover of Mother Earth's Living With The Animals.
Jim Marshall, courtesy of Mercury Records
August 5, 2010 Finding a connection to music and musicians may be harder in the age of connectivity.
Marcus Anderson, standing outside Washington, D.C.'s Black Cat, says the most he's ever paid for a concert ticket was $265.
Alex Spoto / NPR
July 16, 2010 With slumping concert sales dominating music industry headlines, we wondered if concertgoers are feeling the same way they're spending.
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