As pandemic clouds future for entertainers, 1 local artist hosts virtual concert fundraiser

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Tim Moyer performs at the Winenormous fundraiser in 2019. Valley News/Courtesy photo
One of the very first industries to experience the fallout of state’s stay-at-home orders and social distancing was entertainment in mid-March. Even before that, some large events were being canceled due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, which has now infected almost 900,000 and killed more than 50,000 in the United States as of April 23. Tim Moyer, a local musician who works with other local artists through his record label, Broken Home Music, said he began to feel the impacts of the coronavirus in early March, two weeks before stay-at- home orders started to be issued as most Americans began to come to grips with the implications of the pandemic. “The Natural Products Expo was the first indicator,” Moyer said. Moyer had a performance scheduled for that ev
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