Recording industry lobbies politicians in Washington

Artists and lawmakers came together for the 2019 Grammys on the Hill, an annual event organized by the Recording Academy as part of its annual lobbying of lawmakers.
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I'm part Vietnamese on the hill Eric king and we are talking about celebrities. And we are talking to members of congress about friendly event this event about. We have is even happens every unit instead of celebrities and lawmakers fight for. Music legislation such as music music modernization act which passed last year we're just beginning. In 2014 I called for unity government within the industry and that we put together and all the music bus filled. He MMA is turned out to be that. And there's been sell many artists that we've seen here tonight coming periods of rain all of them are very excited. They're coming to this event tonight. Grateful that they get to be recognized for their apple can see. An engine didn't want to make clear its. Music legislation is important to them Anderson in his new punitive at this still lacked good part about him. Absolutely I spoke Ceylon actions and she said she feels great school. To note that congress has her back. And representatives in congress bipartisan effort. That to now that they are advocating for the same issue that she's so heavily. Now cares about it's amazing what you know we've become. You don't rants here you know I've been here for the last seven time. And should know that we have garnered relationships. And also educate. And you talk when Enrique Kristin Chenoweth and Cameron and what matters to her. Does that hurt theater in Oklahoma and getting recognized. It's really cool to meet pleaded with such an extinguished it that the ladies and gentlemen here at me and my pack test isn't it. Literally happened wannabe commander and he and I am in the area in my hometown and we can't now and hopefully monetary testicle and tonight they can start recognizing that weren't that. And I think it's very much appreciated. I just plant that lawmakers and sanctions legislation to ranking. And that aren't as happened so much power. And anything big deal that is amazing. Now and we're seeing hot type outfits here tonight eleven what happens now you may Sheen big tax act. You are you when I am wearing aid could tour designed her name is Monica Velez from stitches couture in Houston it's DC but recovered. Glamour glamour kids that are involved with the bar. He came to him we will the big news glad that you for want.

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