︎ Donate to the CIVL SAVE Emergency Relief Fund, powered by the Giving Back Fund at http://civlchicago.com/civlization
CIVL will also be launching, and collecting donations for, the CIVL SAVE Emergency Relief Fund, powered by the Giving Back Fund, which will help Chicago’s venues, their staff and local artists survive the moratorium on large scale, live events. The Giving Back Fund is a 501c3 non-profit organization that will collect funds and oversee the application and granting process for the CIVL SAVE Emergency Relief Fund. Learn more at http://civlchicago.com/
︎ Episode One Line-Up
06:36 – Dos Santos
22:10 – Beats y Bateria
38:22 – Half Gringa
57:57 – Ésso
︎ About CIVL (Chicago Independent Venue League)
The mission of CIVL is to advocate on behalf of Chicago’s independent performance venues.
CIVL acts to secure the long-term future of these and other venues for the benefit of our communities and emerging artists. Member venues have played a crucial role in the development of Chicago’s music over the last 50 years by nurturing local, national and international talent, and providing a platform for these artists to build their careers and develop their music. Chicago’s independent venues provide thousands of jobs, as well as millions of dollars in salaries, revenues, charitable donations and taxes. CIVL strives to gain recognition for the essential role these venues have played in defining the music culture as it exists in Chicago today.
︎ Discover more → http://smarturl.it/audiotree
︎ About Audiotree
Audiotree showcases talented musicians and bands from around the world. Originally created to give young bands a platform to be seen and heard, the Audiotree Music channel has become a cornerstone in the music world. The concept is to capture intimate performances from diverse artists in a professional studio at no cost to them. Discover your next favorite band at http://audiotree.tv.
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