GRAMMY ARTICLE: HOW SECONDHAND SMOKE AT VENUES CAN MEAN “INSTANT DOOM” FOR MUSICIANS

2018-10-01T10:26:56+00:00September 10th, 2018|Categories: News|

All workers deserve smokefree protections, including musicians who are at higher risk for secondhand smoke exposure in their workplace. Learn more from this excellent piece at grammy.com.

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Photo of Paul Sanchez“Smokefree shows make the job easier and more enjoyable because I can breathe. Breathing is important for singers horn players, bartenders, servers and tech crew because if we can’t breathe we can’t do our jobs, whatever your job is in the venue. I play around the world and it is rare to walk into venues that allow smoking, it is always a jarring memory of a less civilized time. I’m grateful for smoke free music.” — Singer/Songwriter Paul Sanchez

 

Smokefree Music Cities is a project of the ANR Foundation in partnership with other public health and musician-oriented organizations working to improve musicians’ health.