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Government plan to sell British culture as a commodity a threat to UK musicians?

Government plan to sell British culture as a commodity a threat to UK musicians?

GregJohnson April 24, 2013 0

MP and culture secretary Maria Miller believes that British culture should be presented as a commodity – a “competing product” to be funded and supported based on economic rather than creative grounds. In the

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Musicians’ Union want to hear about your stories of musician exploitation

Musicians’ Union want to hear about your stories of musician exploitation

GregJohnson October 5, 2012 0

The Musicians’ Union have launched to find out more about how many UK musicians are being asked to play for free or exploited by employers, venues and promoters. The union state that most musicians

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The Live Music Act comes into force

The Live Music Act comes into force

GregJohnson October 1, 2012 1

From today, Monday October 1, venues with a capacity of under 200 people will no longer require a licence for live music events. The Live Music Act which came became an Act of UK

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