Our Friends at The Radio Room and All of Our Local Music Venues Need Your Help!
Together with you we have played a role in bringing Greenville to life and furthering the careers of countless artists. Now independent venues like ours are at risk, and we need you to tell our Senators and Representatives how important Radio Room is to you and Greenville.
When this crisis began, independent music venues were the first to close, and we will be the last to open. While completely shuttered we have no revenue, our employees and artists are without jobs, and normal bills keep coming, regardless.
We have joined the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), a group of more than 1,200 independent music venues and promoters in all 50 states, to collectively urge Congress to help protect our industry by providing the financial support that is necessary for us to survive the shutdown and reopen once again.
Please join us and support our cause by calling and writing our Senators and Representatives today.
Yell it, scream it, clap your hands, and pound your feet like you’re calling the band back for an encore! Please help us ensure we survive by using your voice now (and tell a friend or 100 friends!). #SaveOurStages
Thank you from David, Geoff, Wes and all of our staff
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