Muse Hit Out Against High Ticket Prices
"There's only so much money a band needs" says bassist Chris WolstenholmeWolstenholme told the Daily Star: "we've always tried to keep prices as low as we can so people can come and watch us. What's reasonable for one person isn't reasonable to another, but there really is only so much money a band needs."
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