Monday, February 01, 2010

Live Music Now.

Speaking to a co-worker I heard about Live Music Now. He sold it as money for gigs in schools, hospitals and care homes. Preference given to those under 30 years of age. Playing music, and being paid for it is something I'm sure will seem like an amusing concept for some, but apparantly it can happen.

The organisation's website is seriously worth investigating. There is a wealth of information on their outreach programmes with numerous examples of past and future projects.

There's a FAQ section which you'll probably want to read before making any decisions on if it's right for you to be involved, but even if it's not for you it's good to know about and you may want to pass on details to friends or family.

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