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Radius clause - Wikipedia

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A radius clause is a form of non-compete clause used in the live music industry, in which a tour promoter stipulates that a performer, for a certain length of time prior to or following an appearanc...

Band Performance Contract - Docracy

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This is a simple band performance contract for small shows. ... (the "Band") for the hiring of Band as independent contractors to perform (the "Show") for Operator ...

How to Get Gigs; A Musician's Guide to Booking Concerts

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Aug 6, 2016 ... Booking gigs or concerts for your band can be nerve-racking. ... Playing live may be the most important thing a band can do, but booking a gig can seem like an ... Bands Need These Items In Their Music Promoter Contract.

STANDARD CONTRACT FOR LIVE PERFORMANCE BY MUSICIANS

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If more than one person, the Band Leader acts as agent for personnel listed at Schedule ... unable to perform due to sickness, injury, transport problems, weather ...

Gig Booking 101: 26 Terms You Need to Know - Sonicbids Blog

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Sep 15, 2015 ... If you booked the concert through the venue rather than a third-party promoter, ... Make sure that you actually get this sealed by a contract, so you can avoid getting ... When the engineer listens to your band playing together ...

How One Insanely Popular Music Festival Is Keeping You From ...

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Jun 16, 2014 ... In fact, you won't be seeing a lot of the more than 100 acts playing Lollapalooza this year. ... band's contract that reportedly bars festival performers from playing ... leaving Lollapalooza in control of the Midwest concert market.

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Aug 22, 2012 ... Performed by the Minnesota Symphonic Winds, conducted by Timothy Mahr Published by C. Alan Publications (www.c-alanpublications.com) ...

theMU - Live Fees & Payments - Musicians' Union

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The Fair Play Guide was created in response to the issue of 'pay to play', ... Contracts: We advise you to use our standard contracts L1 Hiring a band or L2 Hiring ...

The Business of Live Performance - The Music Biz Academy

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Artists who are just beginning to perform live have a tough time getting their first shows. ... In the performance arena, there are indeed contracts, but in the beginning .... You want to make sure that the bands on the agent's roster play the same ...

Understanding Common Touring and Concert Promotion Contracts

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Jun 17, 2013 ... The five common contracts used in touring, booking, and concert promotion within ... This deal is just a flat-rate agreement that you will play a show in ... For example, if your band was offered $600 plus 85% over $1,600 and ...

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Music Performance Contract - Artist Performance Agreement

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You want to hire a musician or band to play at your event as an independent contractor. ... Sample-Musical-Performance-Contract-Form-Template.png ...

Who pays who? When a music band plays a concert, does the band ...

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I can't speak to the workings of monster truck rallies or circuses, but in the music ... Contracts (if they're even in writing) are typically straightforward -- unless it's a very high-profile venue, you'll find little else than the payment ...

How Do You Get a Famous Musician or Band to Play at Your ...

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Oct 1, 2015 ... How Do You Get a Famous Musician or Band to Play at Your Wedding? ... Or do you simply want the singer to perform as you go down the aisle. ... your money back if you did something specifically prohibited in the contract.