PLEASE ATTEND A GENERAL MEETING – OPEN TO ALL MUSICIANS  MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!! Send concerns, ideas and solutions to:  Email: info@local76-493.org Web: www.SeattleMusicians.org Phone: 206-441-7600      WHEN  Monday, August 13 at 7:00 pm   Labor Temple 2800 First Ave, Hall 1 (at the corner of First Ave. & Broad St in downtown Seattle).   Motter Snell, President, Musicians’ Association of Seattle and other industry professionals will participate as a panel.

PLEASE ATTEND A GENERAL MEETING – OPEN TO ALL MUSICIANS MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!! Send concerns, ideas and solutions to: Email: info@local76-493.org Web: www.SeattleMusicians.org Phone: 206-441-7600 WHEN Monday, August 13 at 7:00 pm Labor Temple 2800 First Ave, Hall 1 (at the corner of First Ave. & Broad St in downtown Seattle). Motter Snell, President, Musicians’ Association of Seattle and other industry professionals will participate as a panel.

Fair Trade Music Seattle Meeting Announcement Monday, Nov 19th 7:00 PM. 2800 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

Fair Trade Music Seattle Meeting Announcement Monday, Nov 19th 7:00 PM. 2800 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

Fair Trade Music Seattle Builds on Its Success June 30, 2015  by Paul Bigman, Organizer Local 76-493 (Seattle, WA)

Fair Trade Music Seattle Builds on Its Success June 30, 2015 by Paul Bigman, Organizer Local 76-493 (Seattle, WA)

Benefits of Membership with the Musicians' Association of Seattle. http://local76-493.org/membership/benefits-membership/

Benefits of Membership with the Musicians' Association of Seattle. http://local76-493.org/membership/benefits-membership/

“I don’t think I can afford to be here anymore. I wouldn’t have chosen to have left,” said Keltner, whose rent in Brooklyn is cheaper than in Seattle.  Thousands of tech workers have moved to Seattle over the past couple of years and Keltner thinks they’re part of the problem. These high paid workers moved into apartments that artists could no longer afford, and Keltner says don’t support local culture.

“I don’t think I can afford to be here anymore. I wouldn’t have chosen to have left,” said Keltner, whose rent in Brooklyn is cheaper than in Seattle. Thousands of tech workers have moved to Seattle over the past couple of years and Keltner thinks they’re part of the problem. These high paid workers moved into apartments that artists could no longer afford, and Keltner says don’t support local culture.

Seattle recovery group for musicians. Tuesdays at 7:00PM

Seattle recovery group for musicians. Tuesdays at 7:00PM

SHOCKING! 45% Fewer Professional Working Musicians Since 2002

SHOCKING! 45% Fewer Professional Working Musicians Since 2002

We'll be there!  This year we will tell the story of American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Local 493 the Negro Musicians’ Union and its legacy.  Local 493 was a lifeline and social pillar of the black community from 1918 to 1958. It was the epicenter of Seattle’s vibrant jazz scene and it represented some of Seattle’s biggest African American stars, including Ray Charles and Quincy Jones. HistoryLunch will tell the story of Local 493 and its legacy with film and live music.

We'll be there! This year we will tell the story of American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Local 493 the Negro Musicians’ Union and its legacy. Local 493 was a lifeline and social pillar of the black community from 1918 to 1958. It was the epicenter of Seattle’s vibrant jazz scene and it represented some of Seattle’s biggest African American stars, including Ray Charles and Quincy Jones. HistoryLunch will tell the story of Local 493 and its legacy with film and live music.

Seattle Musicians Unite to Win Parking Loading Zones. For more info click here: http://conta.cc/PuqKrU

Seattle Musicians Unite to Win Parking Loading Zones. For more info click here: http://conta.cc/PuqKrU

The city is the new hub for a movement called Fair Trade Music, with a goal that’s simple enough: Treat artists better..

The city is the new hub for a movement called Fair Trade Music, with a goal that’s simple enough: Treat artists better..

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