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09 Jan 15 Monahan Losing Texas Music Post

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Casey Monahan has been the executive director of the Texas Music Office since it was first created in 1990. But incoming Governor Greg Abbott has decided the time has come for a change. Monahan said he has been notified that he will

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no longer lead the office once the governor takes office in February. The Texas Music Office was created with a legislative mandate to “promote the development of the music industry in the state by informing members of that industry and the public about the resources available in the state for music production.” The staff

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also serves as the liaison between the industry and state government. Monahan said he has not been told what plans the governor has, beyond the leadership change.

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