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Now you have someone else helping promote your show. I help with the promotions and I also tell bands that if they bring in a ml3 from a copy store that shows that they printed out flyers I will remburse them.
So know after working with the club for sometime I am able to talk them into paying for a tour package or a band that charges because now the owner knows I am helping out with the promoting.
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If not, the royalty distibutor is committing fraud. TEST A CASE, we need this structue to be come law. What kind of music do you play and what is the name of your band.
If you don't mind me asking.