Value of UK’s live music scene hits record high

Today the Guardian newpaper reported a new study that reveals live music is worth £1.1bn to Uk economy with industry as a whole put at £5.2bn.

This is great news for the live music sector but don’t overlook the detail. Whatever what we might believe, the average professional musician still earns around 25% less than the UK average wage. And that’s despite the literally decades of training they require to do the job.

Read the article at the Guardian website.

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