Cher has actually come out in support of the U.K.’s live music scene amidst calls for the British federal government to deal financial support to market employees amidst the Covid-19 crisis.
The pop music icon, who has actually taken pleasure in a profession covering over 50 years, took to Twitter to provide her support to the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign, with her warning that the future is “bleak” for numerous countless employees in the sector, which stays on shutdown throughout the pandemic.
More than 1,500 British artists, consisting of Rod Stewart, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Dua Lipa, Sam Smith, and Liam Gallagher have actually signed a joint letter to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, and Believe hitmaker Cher took to social media to provide hersupport
“Today we’re bringing attention To UK’s LIVE MUSIC Industry,” the star tweeted, together with a lot of emojis. “Take a Min & remember The 1st. Concert You Ever saw,..what it meant 2 you & How it changed Your Life. Share your PICTURE’S & STORIES, would love to see & Hear them (sic).”
After calling British acts, consisting of The Beatles, Elton John, David Bowie, and George Michael amongst her preferred live entertainers, the star added: “Sonny and my career couldn’t have happened without UK’s Live Music Industry… When no one ‘got us’ England did.”
Numerous other artists likewise took to Twitter to voice their support for the campaign, consisting of Coldplay, who penned: “Today, we join with artists & music fans to call on the UK government to offer support to the live music industry, which faces decimation.”
On the other hand, rockers Muse added: “We’re so grateful for the experience that live music gives us all. The government must step up & show the industry the support it deserves in these difficult & challenging times #LetTheMusicPlay.”
Fans can support the campaign and the U.K.’s live music market by publishing about the last gig they went to prior to the Covid-19 shutdown, together with the hashtag #LetTheMusicPlay.