Government Reveals New Post-Brexit UK Touring Restrictions

The UK government’s Home Office has announced new post-Brexit regulations for musicians touring the country from Europe. The new system, which ends the free movement of UK and EU citizens. Continue reading

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Free Guide To Post-Brexit Info For Touring Artists Launches

A free independent resource has launched offering accurate information to musicians and other creatives on post-Brexit visas, work permits and taxes. “The aim of this website is non-political and non-profit,. Continue reading

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AM BRIEF: UK Music’s Election Response • Diversity Report Released • Tidal Embraces Dolby • More

FRIDAY 12.13.2019 • Music Business News From Across The Web Updated Continuously Under The More News Tab Above READ HERE

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FRI. BRIEF: Latin Power Players • Rhythm + Flow • Bracing For Brexit • Bandsinotwn Adds Charts • More

FRIDAY 10.11.19 Music Business News From Around The Web Updated continuously under the More News tab

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This Week In Music Commentary

This week in music commentary, the industry as a whole calls for investigation of PledgeMusic, the ex-CEO of the company issues a letter of apology, UK musicians air their feelings. Continue reading

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UK Musicians Speak Out On Brexit

UK trade association The Incorporated Society of Musicians has released a new report that chronicles how Brexit, the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union, will impact the music. Continue reading

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Impala, AIM Express Concerns As Brexit, UMG Sale Loom

As Brexit uncertainty grows and suitors circle Universal Music Group, EU independent music trade groups IMPALA and AIM are calling on both the EU and the UK to ensure that. Continue reading

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Instruments In Transit: What Artists Need To Know In Event Of ‘No Deal’ Brexit

While there's been no shortage of media coverage over the ongoing Brexit dumpster fire, one group that often gets left out of the hypotheticals and conjectures are touring musicians. Here. Continue reading

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Centrip Launches Music Industry Brexit Desk

International financial services firm Centtrip, has launched a dedicated music industry Brexit desk to help touring artists, promoters, distributors and the wider music industry navigate Britain's chaotic exit from the. Continue reading

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Post-Brexit, Foreign Musicians Can’t Play UK Unless They Earn $38,000 A Year

A new official UK government report recommends post-Brexit rules for migrants that could  jeopardize the UK music industry. The Government Migration Advisory Committee calls for a minimum salary requirement of. Continue reading

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