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Radius clause

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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 ...

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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) ...

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.

Performance Contracts / Music Contracts - The Music Biz Academy

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If you're lining up gigs for your band, you need to protect yourself. Here are some guidelines as to what to include in your performance contract. ... college talent buyers, concert promoters, venue managers, industry executives, event planners,  ...

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

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Booking gigs or concerts for your band can be nerve-racking. Get over ... Before You Sign a Music Promoter Contract. 4 ... Playing live may be the most important thing a band can do, but booking a gig can seem like an overwhelming process ...

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', ... are expected to pay in order to play a gig, either by way of a cash payment or by ... Contracts: We advise you to use our standard contracts L1 Hiring a band or L2 ...

How can I contract a notable DJ to play at a concert that I'd like - Quora

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Try booking a member of a band to come and DJ. Very often, the drummer or bassist of a famous band will be keen to play DJ gigs and it's totally legitimate to bill ...

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

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Apr 8, 2013 ... Does it matter who the band is? What about other touring performances like monster trucks, wrestling, circuses, etc? What are the contracts like ...

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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When you hire a musician or band to entertain your guests, or when you book a gig as a performer, you'll want to have a Musical Performance Contract in place ...

Tips for the Performing Musician

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Great gig, great music, no support from the organizer. ... Eventually, you'll start filling in for pit bands or play standards in clubs with people you've never ... The band was a full-shred death metal local band with pretentions of getting a contract.

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? ... Some will perform at any private event, but it costs a prohibitive amount of .... money back if you did something specifically prohibited in the contract.