Are you concerned about Performance Rights, Carry-On Instruments, Visas/Immigration, Arts in Education/NEA Funding, Net Neutrality, White Spaces, or African Ivory? If so, the AFM Legislative Department, headed by AFM Legislative-Political Director Alfonso Pollard, has your back, and you should support its efforts by becoming a member of the TEMPO SIGNATURE PROGRAM.
This new TEMPO Program allows members to step up their commitment to our political efforts by contributing a one-time annual payment of $52.00. Contributions are used to help keep friends in congress who are committed to supporting music and in particular federal policy issues that help our player conference artists. For more information, or to join, please visit: