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Be flexible with wedding music, expert advises
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Flexibility is something couples should display when discussing wedding music with their band, it has been claimed. Rather than expecting musicians to play everything that is requested, brides and grooms should trust them to know what is best for entertaining guests, band member Eli Nelson told the San Francisco Chronicle. "We do this for a living. Even though every event … More

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Late Earl Scruggs praised by musicians
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Musicians from across the globe have praised the late banjo player Earl Scruggs, who is credited with developing a unique sound. The performer died of natural causes aged 88 at a hospital in Nashville on Wednesday (March 28th). His innovative style of plucking the strings with just three fingers helped to make Scruggs a household name among country and folk … More

Music workshop to help youngsters learn new skills

Instrument insurance may be required by youngsters hoping to take part in a new musical workshop run by Christian rock band Taste. Working in collaboration with North Breckland Youth for Christ organisation, the group are hoping to teach 11 to 18-year-olds new skills, Network Norwich reports. The event will take place on February 18th from 10:00 GMT until 16:00 GMT … More

Multi-million pound music collection discovered in vault

An updated musical insurance policy may be needed after a collection of instruments was rediscovered after lying untouched in a storage vault for several years. The pieces span centuries and continents, with the total worth judged to be around $25 million (£16 million). Director of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments Steven Ball described the haul as similar to uncovering … More

Boutique amps ‘a great investment’

Guitar enthusiasts may want to invest in musical insurance after taking one expert's advice and investing in a boutique amp. Editor of Guitar & Bass Magazine John Callaghan explained how these small devices retail at around £400 to £500 and are simple to operate. He claimed they "give you more volume and tonal varieties than you can imagine" without taking … More

Steve Jobs awarded posthumous Grammy

Musical insurance customers may be interested to hear the late Steve Jobs has had his contribution to music recognised. The former Apple founder has been awarded a Special Merit Grammy two months after he passed away, following a long battle with cancer. Neil Portnow, the president and CEO of the Recording Academy, stated: "This year's honourees offer a variety of … More

Man reveals complete Christmas no 1 collection

One man who may benefit from having musical insurance is Gordon Lewis, as he is said to have every Christmas single to top the charts in his record collection. The Daily Mail reports how the 50-year-old has spent hundreds of pounds and conducted years of research in order to complete his back catalogue. "I love Christmas and usually it is … More

Guitar cases ‘should be chosen based on their use’

Investing in a hard case shell for a guitar may help to save individuals from having to claim on their musical insurance. Editor of Guitar & Bass Magazine John Callaghan explained how people are more likely to spend money on a sturdy carrier rather than a soft one if they have an expensive instrument. However, he noted the best way … More

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