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PRS for Music returns to Wrexham with more invaluable advice

by Ben Davis on 5 February, 2010 | 0 comments

PRS for Music

Are you a songwriter or band that performs your own material?
Is your music played on radio or TV?
Do you perform gigs large or small?

If so, you could be earning money.

Following the phenomenal success of their last visit, Britain’s performing rights society ‘PRS for Music’, is back in Wrexham to show you how.

PRS for Music is the society that collects royalties on behalf of its members wherever their songs are performed; live, on radio TV etc from artists as big as Coldplay and U2 to new bands starting out at the local pub.

PRS for Music does this by collecting licence fees from wherever your songs are performed and distributing it amongst its members. Which potentially is YOU the songwriter.

With no up-front joining fees and no annual fees, even if you are starting out and playing very small gigs it is worth your while joining PRS for Music.

So, if you think this sounds like you, or you are already a member, it’s well worth coming along.

Louise Parker, the representative for PRS for Music in Wales will be hosting a free advice clinic and presentation in Wrexham to help local bands and songwriters find out about PRS for Music services, membership and how to earn money from your songs.

The event will be held at Central Station club on Monday 22nd February, 6pm-9pm. This will be followed by an Open Mic music night at Central Station which is free to attend to everyone who books a place at the clinic.

It’s completely free to attend and there are no obligations. All who are interested should book their place with Louise using the contact details below and see what PRS for Music can do for you!

To book your place, email: membership@prsformusic.com

For more information call 07789 373 459

Links

www.prsformusic.com

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