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Detroit's Marble Bar starts record label for pandemic relief

By Gary Graff
ggraff@medianewsgroup.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitte

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Detroit's Marble Bar hasn't been able to host shows since pandemic shutdowns began in mid-March.

So now it's starting a record label to help pay bills and out-of-work employees.

The Marble Wax2Max imprint launches on Friday, Dec. 11, with "Pandemania Relief (An Employee Benefit Compilation." The 33-track set -- featuring contributed songs from local and international acts such as Terrence Parker, Ataxia & Mister Joshooa, Lord Scrummage & Eerno the Inferno, Andres, DJ Minx, Move D and others -- will be available for $15 via Bandcamp.com

Future releases from the Marble Wax2Max are "on deck," according to the club's Ted Krisko, and will be announced at a later date.

For information and updates, visit themarblebar.com.

Web Site: www.themarblebar.com

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