The current problems facing our live music venues is a pressing problem and it’s up to us to all try and help them in whatever ways we can till they can safely reopen. A recent survey by MVT indicated that more than 60% of the British public would not yet feel safe returning to live music. Although just under 90% were keen to return to gigs, many were concerned about their safety.
In partnership with the Music Venue Trust, Marshall Amplification have launched a special t‑shirt as part of their support of the #saveourvenues campaign. All proceeds from the t‑shirt will help fund grassroots music venues through the continued economic threats and challenges they face.
Taken from UK rockers Bad Touch’s latest single, a rock and roll cover of Kiki Dee’s 1974 hit ‘I’ve Got The Music In Me’, the Tt-shirt and Marshall encourage everyone in the music industry and their fans to support their local venues.
The single is taken from Bad Touch’s new album ‘Kiss the Sky’ out now. Commenting on the partnership, Mark Davyd said “Music Venue Trust is delighted that a business so renowned for their connection to live music has stepped forward to help raise money for grassroots music venues. It may still be some time before you can visit a venue but you can help #saveourvenues by buying and wearing Marshall’s campaign T‑shirt.”
The “I’ve Got the Music In Me” #saveourvenues t‑shirt can be purchased here: https://marshall-amplification.backstreetmerch.com/
Info on how you can help to save our venues is here https://saveourvenues.co.uk/#/