In addition to guaranteed payments provided by the sponsors, these artists also receive tip revenue paid directly by viewers to performers’ e-commerce accounts. Artists then receive gear from the show’s sponsors, including PreSonus’ Studio One digital audio workstation, IK Multimedia’s iRig Stream software, promotional merchandise from Disc Makers and Merchly, VEGAS Stream from MAGIX and Taylor “GS Mini” guitars.
This MusicPro Cafe will open with a performance by Madus, named 2019-2020 “Artist of The Year” by VOVE, the student run record label at California State University at Northridge, and feature: Bimini, Shane Hall, Ariella, Ashley’s Excape, Wyatt McCubbin, Chris Pierce and David DiMuzio.
With clubs, cafes and other live music venues closed, performing musicians who depend on local gigs are themselves in need. Not only have many of their day jobs ended, but their performance income is now also gone. The MusicPro Café gives artists a chance to reach a large audience of viewers and earn an evening’s pay.
When: Wednesday, July 22nd, 8PM EDT
“We’ve been insuring musicians’ instruments and equipment for over 20 years,” said MusicPro’s Laura Donelan. “We’re now working for them in another way, but the concept of protecting careers by supporting musicians during these trying times is the same.”