Amy Madrigali

talent buyer for The Troubadour

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Amy Madrigali, the Troubadour’s talent buyer, says many venues will close permanently if there's no financial relief.

Troubadour, Zebulon, other music venues could permanently close if there’s no financial relief

Amy Madrigali, the Troubadour’s talent buyer, says many venues will close permanently if there's no financial relief.

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