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Adding live music can be a great way to liven up the atmosphere at your bar, restaurant, or any other place of business.
Differing musical tastes aside, sometimes even the most talented band can lead to major headaches -- legal and otherwise -- for those fail to properly prepare. Add a raucous audience to the mix, and you could have a recipe for disaster.
To help you avoid any potential problems, here are seven legal tips for hosting live bands at your business:
If you're considering adding live music to the mix at your place of business, consider talking to an experienced contract attorney to help make sure you get what you bargain for and cover all of your bases.