Andrea Domanick

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Your favorite music venues are on the verge of extinction — but there are ways to help.

Under threat of closure, famed music venues unite to lobby Congress

Your favorite music venues are on the verge of extinction — but there are ways to help.

from Music News

As the music industry reels from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, professionals are seeing some relief thanks to a new agreement on pending amendments to California’s “Gig…

The music industry gets relief from California’s AB5 gig economy law

As the music industry reels from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, professionals are seeing some relief thanks to a new agreement on pending amendments to California’s “Gig…

from Music News

How you can help the music industry — and how the music industry can help each other. Here are some ways you can support artists while we cope with the societal changes of coronavirus.

7 ways to help musicians and the music industry during the coronavirus outbreak

How you can help the music industry — and how the music industry can help each other. Here are some ways you can support artists while we cope with the societal changes of coronavirus.

from Music News

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