May 18, 2022

Charlie Doodle

Unique Art & Entertainment

Rock, jazz, country make 2021 comeback

5 min read

Pop music had a year like no other, beginning 2021 with shuttered venues and ending with an explosion of concerts.

Not that music wasn’t being made. In the early months of the year, many musicians  learned to change direction in 2020 and were streaming concerts, collaborating via Zoom and making albums one way or another, even if they couldn’t follow up those albums with concert tours.

Music was also back on television, and Columbus native Deshawn Goncalves competed on a socially distanced version of “American Idol,” making it into the top 10.

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By March, live music was also peeking its head out in Columbus again, mostly in smaller clubs such as Natalie’s Grandview and Ace of Cups, which were at that point, restricted to 25% capacity.

https://www.dispatch.com/story/entertainment/music/2021/12/26/pop-music-columbus-rock-jazz-country-2021-comeback-concerts-pandemic/8916001002/

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