Indies Converge At Atlanta Confab

June 1999
Billboard;06/26/99, Vol. 111 Issue 26, p79
Trade Publication
Presents photos taken at the Association for Independent Music's annual convention in May 1999 in Atlanta, Georgia. Theme of the convention; Featured performers.


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