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Eau Claire Library to Stream Local Music on Digital Platform

Eric Christenson

The L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library is seeking local musicians for its new online streaming and download platform, Sawdust City Sounds. Local artists can submit albums now through Sunday, Jan. 13. Library staff and local music experts will select up to 25 albums that will be available through Sawdust City Sounds for patrons to check out and stream. Library Director Pamela Westby says, “The library has always offered access to the work of local artists, of course, but these curated collections have been extremely helpful for people who are interested in local culture and looking for an introduction to the scene.” Artists, if you’re selected, you’ll get $200 and a bunch of exposure to local library patrons. Pretty cool. Sawdust City Sounds is scheduled to launch this spring. Anyone will be able to stream the music, and L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library cardholders will be able to download songs for free. To learn more and submit your tunes, visit www.sawdustcitysounds.org/submit

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Pulling Together Partners

The following organizations are currently supporting Volume One’s work in the community during the pandemic:

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L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library, Eau Claire

Downtown Eau Claire Inc DECI

University of Wisconsin Eau Claire

Pablo Group

Wisconsin Independent Network

Middle West Management

Bon Iver

Royal Credit Union

Silver Spring

Evergreen Surgical

Charter Bank

The Murty Henriksen Family

The Larry and Marie Past Family

The Dan and Kerry Kincaid Family

Anton and Rae Schilling-Smets

Brady and Jeanne Foust

If your organization is interested in supporting Volume One during this difficult time, nick@volumeone.orgcontact us.