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Bands live and die on the highway according to merch sales. Especially if you are the opener finding a tiny guarantee for each show. You NEED great merch as well as a great merch seller at every show. Someone on the merch table when doors offered to after they close. But, of course, you will need a fan base first. Don’t go buying thousands in merch inventory in case you are only bringing 40 people locally.

Others are also joining in, including domestic violence groups. That includes the National Domestic Violence Hotline, which includes issued a statement against Disney’s casting of Brown. Those protests will likely intensify before airing, with Disney increasingly under pressure to nix the role.

The startup also focuses on mentioning to rightsholders and media distributors that piracy audiences remain untapped opportunities. Rightsholders, broadcasters, sports organizations, and brand advertisers make use of the information to evaluate total audience consumption, content demand, creation, and monetization opportunities.

What are you arguing for? That the business is overvalued? Or that songwriters should be pay more? Because you are conflating two completely separate issues. If the payout to songwriters increases, conceivably Westergren & other executives could take a salary cut & take back funds to cover songwriters, but that s just a drop in the bucket. As for money being created by investors off of the speculative price of the business, that s not money that could ever possibly end up inside the hands of songwriters unless the songwriters are buying stock or are becoming paid in equity, & that s sort of a silly notion. Isn t it?

This makes Barry White appear to be a castrated choir boy! A full two octaves below the tenor sax, this ultra-low saxophone was patented by Adolph Sax within the mid-1800s but never Sleeping With Sirens on tour constructed. Designed to emulate the lowest stop about the pipe organ (i.e., LOW), a playable version of the subcontrabass saxophone wasn’t created before the 1990s.