Local Musicians Grow Concerned Over Future Of Live Shows

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Local North Shore musician Alex Anthony had just started booking live shows again, until Governor Baker made an announcement Friday stating that he was indefinitely postponing Step Two of Phase Three of reopening.

Although Anthony said he'll be fine for the time being, he's concerned for the long-run as venues reopen.

"The biggest concern for me is, when they do, people are still going to be scared to come out," Anthony said.

Jay Psaros of the South Shore shares a similar experience to Anthony.

"Being put in a situation with so much uncertainty, having no back-up, I'm not scared to go paint a house or do whatever I gotta do," Psaros said.

Both musicians plan to keep up with their online presence.

WBZ NewsRadio's Drew Moholland (@DrewWBZ) reports

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(Photo: Alex Anthony Facebook)

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