From Alan Cross :
A Journal Of Musical Things - March 15, 2018
When WKRP in Cincinnati debuted on CBS in the fall of 1978, it introduced a radical use of music. Up until then, it was extraordinarily rare to hear real music from real artists in a TV show. The process of licensing music for this use was almost completely unknown, so few TV producers bothered. But WKRP was determined to portray life at a radio station as realistically as possible. [ 118 more words ]
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2018 Music Industry Toronto Blue Jays Game
from Music Canada
The 3rd Annual Music Industry Blue Jays game has been announced! On Tuesday, July 24, 2018, join hundreds of Canadian music industry professionals as the Toronto Blue Jays take on the Minnesota Twins at Rogers Centre. The event, organized by Universal Music Canada's Jon Box, continues to grow with each year, and the fundraising goal for 2018 has been set at 500 tickets and $5,000 raised for MusiCounts and Unison Benevolent Fund. In 2017, the event raised over $4,400 for the two charities, which was nearly two times higher than the inaugural year.
Tickets are $25 each and payment can be sent via e-transfer to , paypal.me/jonbox/25. or cash/cheque in person. Those who are interested in helping out on the organizing committee, or have items to donate to the silent auction, should also reach out to Jon Box.