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N.C. artists raise funds for Cat's Cradle as industry struggles amid pandemic


Cat's Cradle, a popular music venue that has been around for over 40 years, is one venue that closed its doors due to COVID in March. To aid the struggling club, several North Carolina musicians have collaborated on "Cover Charge: NC Artists Go Under Cover To Benefit Cat's Cradle," a digital-release cover album, to support the club's rent and other expenses. (Daily Tar Heel)

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N.C. artists raise funds for Cat's Cradle as industry struggles amid pandemic


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