The Eagles and Guns N’ Roses bag COVID-19 financial support

Derrick Santistevan

The Eagles and Guns N’ Roses are supposedly amongst the artists who have actually gotten financial support throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

With nearly all bands not able to carry out live given that March, other than specifically developed socially distanced shows, a number of rock’s most significant acts have actually made an application for support to assist them pay their touring teams, according to Wanderer publication.

Information launched by America’s Small company Administration and Treasury Department and acquired by the publication revealed the Eagles, Pearl Jam and Interrupted took out loans of in between $350,000 (₤280,000) and $1 million (₤800,000).

Other artists, consisting of Green Day, and Tool, likewise got loans of more than $150,000 (₤120,000) and $350,000 Nickelback, Envision Dragons, Incubus, Slipknot, My Chemical Love, Wilco, Weezer, Low-cost Technique, Tim McGraw, Chainsmokers, Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon, Disturbed, Gary Clark Jr., Papa Roach, Ryan Tedder and the Head and the Heart are likewise on the loan list.

Rappers Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and Lil Jon likewise got financial assistance, in addition to nation stars Rascal Flatts, Chris Stapleton, Luke Combs, Kip Moore and Jason Isbell.

The loans are for the artists’ touring business, with the Eagles assisting keep 50 tasks while they are not able to carry out throughout the pandemic.

The news follows Kanye West’s clothes business Yeezy was approved a loan of in between $2 million (₤ 1.6 million) and $5 million (₤ 4 million), as part of federal government programs, regardless of the star being explained by Forbes as a billionaire.

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