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Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1973, four years before the plane crash that decimated the band. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Atlanta show will feature rock, country and Americana artists alongside the southern band that refuses to die
The Who in Chicago, 1967. Photo: Wikimedia Commons/Jim Summaria
Share your rarities with The Who and you could receive upcoming tour VIP tickets and credit on planned special-edition releases
A recent post claiming that the UK has essentially thrown up its hands in the face of illegal downloading appears to have got the facts wrong. The story, which has been getting a lot of attention across the Internet, suggests that instead of prosecuting illegal downloaders and file-sharers, they will be sent four warning letters and then if they persist…nothing happens.
For those of us who have spent our years at the Corporate Headquarters, the KCDC is, much like our Salt Lake City call center, a bit of an enigma. However mysterious it may seem, one thing has never been argued: this part of the Musician’s Friend operation is perhaps the most important to our success, because at the end of the day, direct-to-consumer businesses have to get products into customers’ hands as quickly as possible. Which, we’re very proud to say, we do day in and day out.
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