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will be held at Fernwood Resort in Big Sur, California September 21 – 22. Organizers of the event, curated by Chris Robinson and (((folkYEAH!))) Presents, have unveiled the first wave of this year’s lineup.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will play a total of four sets over the course of Freaks For The Festival IV. Robinson Co. will perform two full sets on Friday and two full sets on Saturday. CRB guitarist Neal Casal will do double duty, as the event will also feature a rare Beachwood Sparks set. Once Future Band have also been tapped to perform at FFTF IV. Look for additional lineup announcements in the coming months.

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“Live music and camping under ancient redwoods and the California coastal stars offers an unbeatable, wooded, incredibly intimate and unique setting,” said Britt Govea, founder of (((folkYEAH!))) Presents. “A boutique festival like this delivers a long-lasting experience that resonates with lovers of both great music and the great outdoors. And being such an intimate, low-capacity event, it’s an experience that you really can’t get anywhere else…in Big Sur less is more with regards to small capacity and big vibe.”

Tickets for Freaks For The Festival IV are on sale now .

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A career in music can be hard on your ears — and the issue of hearing loss in the industry might be even worse for classical musicians.

Here Now 's Peter O'Dowd speaks with audiologist Marshall Chasin , who works with musicians who are losing their hearing. He says hearing loss among musicians is "very common, more common than one would think."

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"Hearing loss is not something that shows up after one day or even after one year," Chasin says. "It shows up after 20 or 30 years of playing or being exposed to loud noise or loud music."

On the early signs of hearing loss

"Usually, it's painless. There's no outward sign. Your ears don't bleed, for example. But it's usually your friends and your family that might notice long before the individual does. You may hear some ringing or tinnitus in the ears. When it gets a little bit more significant, you can hear pitch perception problems. So let's say you're trying to play C, but you hear it slightly flat as a B or a B flat. Both the ringing in the ears and the pitch perception problems can be career threatening, but until that happens, many musicians don't realize they have a hearing loss.”

"When you're disliking something, you have a higher stress level. And believe it or not, the biochemistry of the ear changes, and it makes you slightly more susceptible to hearing loss."

On why classical musicians are more susceptible to hearing loss

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"It turns out that classical music is actually more damaging than rock 'n' roll. I know it sounds counterintuitive, but if you think about it, it makes a little bit of sense. A rock 'n' roller might pick up their guitar on a Friday night gig, and may not even practice or touch their music for another week or two until the next gig. In contrast, a classical musician plays four, five hours a day practicing, they may teach one or two hours a day, and then they have four or five, or maybe seven or eight, different performances every week. So even though the spot intensity might be greater for a rock 'n' roll set, if you take the dose that they get — the number of hours per week you're playing — for a classical musician, it's much, much greater. There are other reasons as well. It turns out that if you dislike the music, it is more damaging to hearing.

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