No. This fee is the amount established by the performing group and which it receives for its work as a performer. Copyright belongs to the authors regardless of whether they are the performers or not. That is to say, there are cases where the performer is also the author, but many others where this is not so. Therefore, in the strict sense copyright should not be confused with related, contiguous or neighbouring rights, which correspond to the performers, both being independent, compatible and cumulative. Furthermore, copyright will almost always be managed by a performance rights organisation, in Spain the SGAE, which collects the royalties corresponding to the use of works, regardless of the fee the group charges for its musical performance.