The musician’s advocate
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|Recording at Rooster Studios (Toronto, ON) with Charlotte Cornfield, January 2015|
For several years, Palumbo performed with Montreal klezmer-punk band The Youjsh, a local favourite at festivals such as Pop Montreal, L›OFF Festival de Jazz, and Innovations en concert. An in-demand bassist in jazz, pop, folk, and world music, Palumbo was regularly hired for various gigs throughout Ontario, Quebec, and Atlantic Canada.
As a result of dealing with record companies, promoters, and club owners in Canada and abroad, Palumbo came to appreciate the significant power imbalance that can exist between artists and those they often rely upon to give public expression to their works, so she applied to law school. Through volunteering with Artists’ Legal Advice Services and in her role as legal summer student with Live Nation Entertainment, Palumbo experienced the many legal issues facing artists from the other side of the negotiating table. Through these activities, in second-year law, she hopes to build on her experience in the music industry to position herself as a strong advocate for artists’ interests.
Meanwhile she has continued to perform, currently playing bass for Toronto-based singer-songwriter Charlotte Cornfield.
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