Of liquor licenses and musicians

by Jason Gross

6 December 2007

 

Actress/musician Rebecca Moore cares enough about the NYC music scene and the peril it’s in.  Not only is she a very active member of the Local 802 Musicians’ Union and purposely got herself arrested in protest just after the Tonic club got closed down earlier this year, but she also penned an interesting article in the 802 publication Allegro with some worthwhile proposals about how musicians could or should get a voice in Gotham politics.

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