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As Congressional leadership continues to negotiate the next COVID relief bill this week, bipartisan support for the RESTART Act (S.3814/H.R.7481), continues to grow, in part due to NITO’s Call to Action. NITO continues to urge support for the RESTART Act, which now has 44 cosponsors in the Senate, and for the Save Our Stages (SOS) Act (4258/H.R.7806) recently introduced by Senators Cornyn (R-TX) and Klobuchar (D-MN).

Positive Legacy is running a Back to School program to serve students and teachers grades K-12 of low-income families and neighborhoods across America. They will provide school supplies with an increased focus on laptops and tablet devices as students are forced to more virtual learning and many low-income families do not currently have the technology supplies they will need to be successful.

Selena Rosanbalm stepped away from music for a few years, taking time to process and grieve a traumatic loss. Now, her perspective has broadened and changed, and her songs are more open and honest than ever. The first single from her self-titled solo album is “Patriot,” out Friday and premiering with the Austin Chronicle today. Selena Rosanbalm will be released on October 9.

When you walk outside, in the light, and the sparks in your head define your map of the world, your relation to time and thoughts that lead and follow, full of light, discharging constantly. When you talk to others, an exchange of pleasantries, the flow of humanity, breath through a flute, bow on string, colors, sounds. How you never feel it all at once, the best you can do is hop on a wave and ride it.

All-female, singer-songwriter collective, Song Suffragettes has teamed up with the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Commission to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment which gave women the constitutional right to vote on August 26, 1920. As announced by The Tennessean this morning, the Commission will be sponsoring Song Suffragettes’ shows at The Listening Room Café on Aug. 3, Aug. 10, Aug. 17, and Aug.

From Northern California to Music City to the “City with Soul”, Jason Daniels’ music reflects his range of influences. A little funky, a little jammy, a little bluesy, with country influence and flavors of Latin and Caribbean thrown in. Daniels moves with ease between genres while retaining a flavor that is uniquely his own.

Y&T Music is proud to announce a special album release to benefit Guitars Over Guns, featuring artists with South Florida ties, covering famous anti-war and protest songs from the ’60s, ’70s, and beyond.

Acclaimed music photographer Michael Weintrob has announced the launch of his new streaming music & art series, Instrumenthead Live. The series comes in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to provide safe, premium concerts to music lovers everywhere.

Last summer, UK indie band The Loft Club supported Oasis legend Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at Powderham Castle. Playing for the massive crowd, they “got the party started with gusto,” according to the Daily Mirror. This summer – with the easing of lockdown restrictions – they reach new heights in the official video for “Heard Her Say,” playing atop Britain’s historic Lawrence Castle, overlooking the Devon countryside. View the video HERE.

Americana artist Sunny Gable brings fans her new self-produced EP, Little Things. Written in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Little Things is a simple reminder to find beauty in the midst of all that life throws at you.

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