MMF charity launch to co-ordinate relief

February 2005
Music Week;2/26/2005, Issue 8, p5
Trade Publication
This article presents information related to MMF charity launch to coordinate relief. A new charity foundation is being launched designed to act as an ongoing music industry response to natural and man-made disasters such as the tsunami and the crisis in the Sudan. The Playing Alive Foundation has been established by the MMF, in tandem with the International Artist Managers Association together with Live Consulting, music business lawyer Carl Blom and manager Simon Young, with the support of the International Music Managers' Forum.


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