Nine Monthly Programs and Nine Newsletters

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OUR MISSION:

Established in 1980, the American Popular Song Society is a New York based, not-for-profit social organization, dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the American Song Book, by providing a forum for discussion, education, performance, the encouragement of current songwriters to create new songs which extend the tradition, and the collection of classic sheet music and recordings.

WHO, WHAT, WHERE & WHEN:

We meet the second Saturday of each month from October through June.
The meetings take place at Local 802 - Musicians' Hall, 322 West 48th Street, NYC.

Program: 2:00 - 3:00PM - Membership only $50 per year/single (9 great Programs and a monthly Newsletter). Become a member



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