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Music Royalties

Session musicians and vocalists claim in a federal class action that they are entitled to the more than $100 million in royalties kept in a fund created in 1998 by two artist unions.

BROOKLYN, N.Y. (CN) – Session musicians and vocalists claim in a federal class action that they are entitled to the more than $100 million in royalties kept in a fund created in 1998 by AFM, short for the American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada, and SAG-AFTRA, short for the Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.

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