I was recently at a four-day industry conference where, during three out of the four evening events, the music for dinner was way too loud and there was no clear point person who could do anything about it. Everyone just complained or left the room and headed outdoors—or called it a night. It doesn’t have to be this way. Musicians get a bad rap, events suffer, and everyone just accepts it or gives up on live music at receptions and dinners. So let’s fix it once and ...

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