(Posted on Mar 15th 2010 4:26AM by Andrew Kerr at spinnermusic.co.uk)
Bristol has been crowned the UK’s “most musical city” in a survey conducted by the Performing Right Society (P.R.S.).
Research compiled from the society’s database of 65,000 members showed the city has the most musicians per head of population.
Cardiff, Wakefield, Glasgow and Cheltenham rounded off the top five while London failed to reach the top ten, coming in at 26th despite having the highest concentration of musicians in Britain.
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