A co-founder of AFM Local 1000, the multi-instrumentalist discusses his career and activism.
Musicians voted overwhelmingly to approve a new four-year contract that includes increases in weekly salaries, overtime pay, per diem rates, and rehearsal pay.
Watch a one-hour webinar providing an overview of the new rules for crossing international borders with musical instruments that contain protected species.
Musicians ratified a new four-year contract today, ending the strike that began in September.
A tentative four-year agreement was reached that includes increases in weekly salaries, overtime pay, per diem rates, and rehearsal pay.
Local 47 member Reggie Watts discusses how much he and his bandmates value being AFM members.
Join us on December 7th at 12:00 noon Eastern for a free one-hour webinar that provides an overview of the rules for traveling with instruments containing endangered species.
Musicians ratified a new five-year contract—ending the strike that began in late September.
New study shows that there is no basis for federal law allowing AM/FM radio stations to play music without paying musicians, singers and featured artists.
No matter what happens in Washington, D.C. over the next four years, AFM will keep fighting to improve our livelihood, and to preserve, protect and defend the interests of the finest musicians in the world.