Musicians' Union & BPI work together for session musicians

News: 6th June 2011 by Louise Dodgson under Finance, Law & Music Business, Live, Recording & Production

The trade body for UK record labels, BPI, and the representative body for UK music makers & performers, Musicians' Union, have pulled together to strike a new deal which will benefit session musicians who have Musicians' Union membership. It's only good news for session musicians who will see an increase in payment for sessions from 1st June 2011 onwards, all summed up in a handy one page agreement to cement individual deals between record companies and the session performer.

If you want to find out more about the Musicians' Union membership please take a look at their website below.

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