Entries in 'live music' (19)
The UK Government has released a new whitepaper focusing on how to fix ‘our broken housing market’. Within the report, the publication proposes that planning policies should take more notice ...
The live music scene is essential to most working musicians.
Concerns over the future of the UK’s live music industry have been raised after new research conducted by AV and lighting firm AVonics revealed that 63 per cent of the ...
The Government has today announced new legislation to protect music venues in planning law, following meetings with industry organisations UK Music, Music Venue Trust and the Musicians’ Union.
Last year saw the city of Bristol’s local economy bolstered by live music to the tune of £123 million, according to new research by Buckinghamshire New University and UK Music.
In an MI Pro exclusive, The Subways frontman, Billy Lunn, has penned a passionate tribute to the recently closed live music venue The Square in Harlow, whilst also highlighting ...
The Owl Sanctuary, a popular live music venue in Norwich, has hit out at its landlord after claiming that the premises had been sold to a property owner behind the ...
UK music venues are singing the praises of an amendment to today’s Government’s Planning Bill, which would place an agent of change principle on a statutory basis into UK law.
UK Music has today published 'Measuring Music 2015' – its annual economic study revealing the scale of the music industry’s contribution to the UK economy.
The closure of venues up and down the country has left the nation’s live music scene ‘crisis’, Jeff Horton, owner of London’s 100 Club has told the BBC.
The Mayor of London’s Music Venue Taskforce has launched a new report, which presents several recommendations that could help protect grassroots music venues in the capital.