Texas musician: Why “nickle and dime” local radio with a performance tax? 

With the foreign-owned record labels continuing to pressure members of Congress to enact performance tax legislation, it’s worth taking a second to highlight the recent words of Texas musician Bo Carter, a nominee for the Texas Music Awards Male Vocalist of the Year.

“If people don’t hear my music on the radio, they don’t know to come to the shows or buy the CD.  I don’t see any reason to nickel and dime the people who are promoting us,” Carter told Texas Monthly in an article published in their May issue.

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