Concert Series Creates Sparks

Waddell, Ray
January 2002
Billboard;1/12/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p18
Trade Publication
Focuses on the controversy surrounding competing free outdoor concert series in Atlanta, Georgia. Decision of radio station WNNX to forego its partnership with promoter Mad Booking for one with Clear Channel Entertainment; Details of the Downtown Rocks series, as well as the WSTR and Mad Booking-sponsored On the Bricks series; Reasons for the split between Mad Booking and WNNX; Comments from Marcie Allen of Mad Booking and others about the controversy.


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