The City of York has released clear guidance for buskers, local businesses and residents.
Fancy some free gig tickets and improving the local music industry at the same time in the North East?
The MU will be at the North West Guitar Show on Sunday 17th May from 10am to 4.30pm at Haydock Park Racecourse, Merseyside.
Once again the MU will be in attendance at Liverpool Sound City and will be hosting a panel as part of the official conference. MU members also get £30 discount on Sound City delegate passes.
MU members Alan, Jimmy and Rueben Slater are three brothers who started playing professionally in 1960 when they were aged 13 to 16 years old. The Slater family business, based in Wigton, ran a funfair and the boys named themselves after one of their traction engines. Hence Rue & the Rockets.
The Music Venue Trust has formally announced the launch of the Music Venues Alliance, an association of venues and organisations that have united behind the work of the Trust to engage with the industry, the cultural sector and politicians, to take actions that protect, secure and improve the UK's music venue network.
Freelance musician, composer and Manchester member Mark Jones is recovering from brain cancer and acknowledges the outstanding care and treatment from the NHS/Macmillan Cancer Support.
'Whatever Happened to John?' by MU member James Holt has been chosen by Brian Eno as one of his five 'Curator Choices' for NOISE Festival 2014.
Against the bleak background of orchestral pay freezes it is good to be able to report a small increase in pay at two orchestras.
The North West has a rich history of a strong and vibrant cultural sector with positive economic, social and education impacts. Changes to central and local government funding threaten to undermine this however.