[Dixielandjazz] The Day the Music Died.-BMI style. Death to theMuseums

Larry Walton Entertainment - St. Louis larrys.bands at charter.net
Tue Nov 27 10:57:04 PST 2007

I would think they would go after them first but on the other hand it's 
tough to sue government for anything so they may not think it's worth it so 
far as the SJHouse goes.

If someone contacts her it might just worry her without cause and it might 
effect the way she hires music.  Almost everything done there is pre 1923 
anyway being mostly Ragtime music.
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> The director of that museum might inquire of the director of the Scott
> Joplin House (Museum) whether she has experience/assistance to offer. 
> Scott
> Joplin House is in St. Louis--yes, I know, a city not a small town, but 
> the other
> conditions prevail; i.e., small attendance, hosts live music events,  has
> neglected donation box, paltry budget.  Does being a government  connected
> facility make any difference?  Joplin House is a Missouri  State Resource 
> (part of
> parks dept.).  Anyhow the contact is Vicky Love,  email: 
> _Vicky.Love at dnr.mo.gov_
> (mailto:Vicky.Love at dnr.mo.gov)
> Ginny
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