The move doesn't just affect local music but the entire Atlanta music economy. I too am a 40 year old listener. I listen to 88 on my morning and afternoon commutes. I can attribute close to two thirds of my record collection to music I first heard on 88. I can attribute at least 90% of all ticket stubs that I have to music I first heard on 88. This is thousands of dollars over the years that have been pumped into musicians and venues all thanks to 88. Is there any regard to how much of an economic impact this move will make to Atlanta? I do not see how the programs they are proposing to offer will benefit our economy in such a way.
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