Music income

Live music flyers are taken down again as omicron soars

EVERETT – Marc Tachell has been behind EverettRock.com since 2009, compiling local shows, promoting events and sometimes helping his musician friends book concerts all over town. But after 13 years, he presses pause. The concert flyers on the site’s home page have been replaced with static venue listings. “It’s stupid …

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UK spends record £ 9.7bn on home entertainment in 2021 | Digital media

British consumers spent a record high of almost £ 10 billion on home entertainment last year as the pandemic continued to fuel a boom in streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify. This included a “miracle” increase in revenue from sales of physical music formats after two decades of seemingly …

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Round Hill Royalty Fund acquires publishing rights for country singer / songwriter Niko Moon

Round Hill Music Royalty Fund Limited has acquired what it calls a “significant” share of the publishing rights from American country singer / songwriter Niko Moon. The chord includes 29 compositions, including songs performed by Zac Brown Band, Avicii and Sir Rosevelt. The catalog includes the number one hits of …

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Outrageous predictions for 2022 – including a new space race and 25 more years of life

Danish bank Saxo Bank has published its 10 scandalous financial forecasts for 2022. Continuing nearly two decades of tradition, the bank’s pundits have made predictions like “consensus-shattering forecasts” that “send shockwaves through the markets” – but only if they come true. While the analyst and finance fundis group’s forecasts are …

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Who is Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant?

FOR nearly 40 years, Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys has served contagious electro-pop with keyboardist Chris Lowe. Having become a huge success as a musical artist, we take a closer look at who this musician is. 2 Pet Shop Boy co-founder Neil Tennant found huge success creating the …

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To save the San Antonio Symphony, ban “classical music”, outdated customs

If the San Antonio Symphony survives its current crisis, we can be sure that another will follow in a few years, then another, and another. Unless. Not “unless the symphony learns to live within its means”. Not “unless musicians learn to live without eating”. High costs are not the problem; …

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Challenge the Professor: Berks Biz Heroes

I thought a great way to end the holiday season was to celebrate the business heroes in our community that you might not know. So, for this month’s Challenge the Prof, I looked to track down Berks’ corporate heroes. And, I found some SUPER! The kind who succeeds, cares about …

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Georgia Music Store closes after 79 years in business

Steve Shepherd assists a client on the last day of Chick Music on Wednesday December 15, 2021 in Athens, Georgia. Chick Music, a staple of the local music community, is closing due to the retirement of the Shepherd family after 79 years in business. (Kayla Renie / Athens Banner-Herald via …

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Salem cellist returns to ‘The Nutcracker’ shows after 2020 hiatus

Andrea Chandler moved to Salem with her family in 2009, but kept her job with the Pacific Northwest Ballet Orchestra in Seattle. While it’s an unusual ride, Chandler said it’s worth it to keep playing with friends she’s had for decades. Andrea Chandler in the orchestra pit of the Pacific …

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The Ponce De Leon Foundation announces grants

BRONX, New York, December 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Board of Trustees of the Ponce De Leon Foundation is pleased to announce that it has awarded a total of $ 320,000 to nonprofit organizations that make a difference in our communities. Since its inception in 2017, the Foundation has …

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