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From a musician’s perspective, changing the standard minimum cover charge to $10 is the only thing we can do to save original music. I know that sounds harsh and apocalyptic, but it’s true. We know that no one is paying for recorded music, despite there being a greater demand for it than at any other time in the industry’s history. We know that streaming sites pay next to nothing and that making a life in America in any field is increasingly difficult.

Source: A musician’s case against the $5 cover charge | Features | Charleston City Paper