Association Seeks Status In AFM

January 1999
Canadian Musician;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p15
Focuses on the call of the Independent Musicians' Association (IMA) for a conference status in Canada. Benefits of the status to the association; Elimination of face exploitation in the music industry; Response to the absence of collective bargaining agreements.


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