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In an effort to support music artists who cannot perform durning the COVID-19 pandemic, Vinegar Hill Magazine has created Studio Sessions. We encourage fans to support these artists and to enjoy the music. We will likely continue Studio Sessions even after the pandemic but wanted to make sure we are doing our part to support artists because we believe that Art + Business = Freedom.

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