Live Music Forum founder Phil Little said yesterday that the late Frank Zappa once described him as "one of the 10 best guitarists in the world".
What does LMF stand for?
LMF stands for Live Music Forum (UK)
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- Library Main Floor (Texas Tech University)
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- Ligue Motocycliste des Flandres (French: Flanders Motorcycle League; Flanders, Belgium)
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- Logistics Management Facility (US FEMA)
- Louisiana Music Factory (New Orleans, LA)
- Love Makes a Family (also seen as LMFCT; Hartford, CT)
- Luminaire Maintenance Factor
- Lutheran Ministries of Florida
- Labor Management Fund Advisors (Troy, MI)
- Laboratoire de Mécanique des Fluides et D’acoustique (French: Laboratory of Fluid Mechanics and Acoustics)
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The Liverpool project, at the Knotty Ash Youth and Community Centre, is the first of 10 UK schemes to be set up following a key recommendation to Gover nment by the Live Music Forum, chaired by Sharkey.
The remarkable thing is that five years on from the proposals first being unveiled, the Musicians Union and Live Music Forum are still lobbying for exemptions.
Music fans will get the chance to shape the future of radio and concerts in the Live Music Forum with Minister for Music James Purnell, DJ Steve Lamacq and Radio One controller Andy Parfitt.
It also campaigns on behalf of grass roots music at a national level through membership of the DCMS Live Music Forum and DFES Music Education Forum.
The super-talented and critically acclaimed singer-songwriter has been asked to perform alongside a group of MP musicians - the MP Four - as part of a day arranged by the British Music Rights and Fergal Sharkey Live Music Forum.
And a fifth, 19%, of small venues staged gigs at least twice a month, the Live Music Forum poll found.
The former punk will lead a wide-ranging probe into the live music scene throughout the country as chairman of the Live Music Forum.