Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-10 11:59:11 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WTVF) — It was a long way to rebound music venues throughout Nashville. Currently, Congressman Jim Cooper (D-Nashville) is seeking help from the Small and Medium Business Administration.
Cooper wrote directly to the administration, saying that the situation at various venues and theaters was dire and demanded their immediate response. He said live music is here in Nashville’s mind and soul, and many of these businesses are dying.
Congressman Cooper said it would take weeks to disappear forever.
The program includes a $ 16 billion grant to closed venues, allowing applicants to receive 45% of their total income, with a maximum of $ 10 million per grant. .. According to the SBA website.
Congressman Cooper has listed 14 venues that have been or are pending, but his understanding is that spots such as Station Inn, Basement East, Bluebird Cafe, and Marathon Music Works are still waiting for help.
It passed parliament in December and faced technical difficulties in the first April. After that, it was renewed near the end of April.
What is a rebound?
We want to help as Middle Tennessee is working to recover from the effects of the coronavirus. Whether it’s getting back to work, managing this uncertain time, or managing pressure, we’re working on finding a solution. In addition, I would like to tell a story of hope, inspiration, and creativity as central Tennessee begins to recover.
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