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GET COVERED WITH MHA’S FREE HEALTH INSURANCE SEMINARS

Nashville, TN — October 17, 2016 (UPDATED) — With health insurance continuing to make headlines in Tennessee and beyond, Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s non-profit healthcare advocate, is offering a series of FREE “Get Covered” seminars open to everyone in the music industry. The monthly programs will take place in partnership with MusiCares and are designed to inform and empower the music community, from self-employed professionals to those covered under their employer’s policy, to identify health insurance options. Seminars will be led by Music Health Alliance’s Tatum Hauck Allsep, founder and 2016 Healthcare Hero recipient, and Shelia Shipley-Biddy, Director of Operations and Certified Senior Advisor®. Open enrollment takes place November 1, 2016 through January 31, 2017 with Medicare open enrollment running October 15, 2016 to December 7, 2016.

Music Health Alliance Get Covered 101 for Music Professionals:

  1. Wed., Nov. 9 12-2p MusiCares – 1904 Wedgewood Ave. Nashville, TN 37212
  2. Tues., Dec. 6 12-2p BMI – 10 Music Square E. Nashville, TN 37203
  3. Wed., Jan. 11 1-3p MusiCares – 1904 Wedgewood Ave. Nashville, TN 37212

DESCRIPTION: Music Health Alliance Get Covered 101 For Music Professionals is a simplified health insurance enrollment workshop offering onsite assistance with insurance enrollment. This free seminar for music professionals will provide clear information about options available on Healthcare.gov and with private health insurance. This workshop will answer your questions and equip you to enroll or change your insurance when open enrollment begins on November 1, 2016.

RSVP to Shelia Shipley-Biddy (Shelia@musichealthalliance.com) to attend the free “Get Covered” Seminars hosted by Music Health Alliance.

Questions that will be addressed during Music Health Alliance’s free seminars include:

  • What are the new health insurance options?
  • How much will it cost me?
  • Am I eligible for a subsidy?
  • Who is eligible for free insurance?
  • Where do I get care if I can’t afford insurance?
  • How do I apply?

About Music Health Alliance: Music Health Alliance is a non-profit organization providing the music industry with healthcare advocacy through health insurance, healthcare resources and confidential guidance. The mission of Music Health Alliance is to heal the music by providing access to healthcare through services that PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions. Music Health Alliance provides compassionate and patient-driven healthcare support with a vision of long-term prevention of illness and overall wellness from the beginning to the end of life for all genres of music across the nation. In the last 3 years Music Health Alliance has secured over $12 million dollars in life-changing healthcare resources and enabled access to doctors, medicine, health insurance and financial assistance for 4,600 music industry entrepreneurs and professionals to heal the music. To learn more or donate to Music Health Alliance, visit musichealthalliance.com and engage on FacebookTwitter and YouTube.

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For more information about Music Health Alliance contact:
Cindy Hunt / Monarch Publicity / 615-429-2203 / cindy.hunt@monarchpublicity.com 

Music Row Storytellers Event on 8/15/16

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MUSIC INDUSTRY VETERAN HAZEL SMITH TO BE HONORED

AT FIRST ANNUAL MUSIC ROW STORYTELLERS EVENT

August 15 Event to Benefit Music Health Alliance; Tickets Available Now

NASHVILLE (June 27, 2016) – Hazel Smith is a storyteller – she has thousands of them. That’s because she witnessed so many, played a role in so many…and ultimately chronicled and shared so many. Hazel is one of Music Row’s “Storytellers,” a journalist who has been a constant force and source in country music as long as many can remember. That is why she’s being honored as the initial subject of Music Row Storytellers.

Music Row Storytellers is a special event series designed to honor those that stand the test of time in telling the stories that make the music industry so fascinating – the journalists, interviewers, reporters, show hosts and others who chronicle and share the stories of Music Row and its musicmakers. The first annual event will be held on Monday, August 15 at Well Placed Smile (907 Gleaves St., Nashville, TN 37203). A 6:00pm cocktail reception will be followed by a 6:30pm program honoring Smith and benefiting Music Health Alliance. The evening will be filled with smiles, laughter and stories from Hazel and surprise guests who’ve been part of her career.

 Tickets are available for purchase at http://musicrowstorytellershs.eventbrite.com for $100.00. A limited amount of reserved seating is available for $110.00 each via the same link

Hazel Smith moved to Nashville in the late ’60s; the divorced mother of two would go on to be a songwriter, publicist, manager and – in what was probably her most durable role – journalist. Her ability to capture and translate a story are a tribute to her no-nonsense questioning, to the respect she’s earned from artists and industry leaders alike…and to her astute sense of observation, which was never more evident than when she coined the phrase “Outlaw Music” in the 1970s to describe the sound that she was hearing from then-clients Kinky Friedman, Tompall Glaser, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Hazel would go on to tell many more of Music Row’s stories as a writer for Country Music magazine, a radio reporter, and a regular columnist for CMT.com. She’s seen it all…and lived a lot of it, too.

Music Row Storytellers benefits Music Health Alliance, a non-profit organization providing the music industry with free services, including healthcare advocacy, resources and confidential guidance. Since its launch in 2013, Music Health Alliance has helped more than 4,100 music industry professionals and their families, and secured over $10.8 million in health care cost reductions as part of that effort. Their goal is to create a safe and confidential place for the music community to gain the very best healthcare and health insurance solutions through defined and transparent advocacy services with an emphasis on the prevention of illness and overall wellness.

The Music Row Storytellers organizing committee is a group of music industry professionals dedicated to celebrating the leaders, influencers and storytellers that “came before,” while providing awareness and financial contribution to a music industry related non-profit organization.

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PRESS CONTACTS:

For Music Row Storytellers Honoring Hazel Smith:

Maurice Miner, Maurice Miner Media & Marketing

mauricegminer@gmail.com

615-715-2734

For Music Health Alliance:

Cindy Hunt, Monarch Publicity

Cindy.Hunt@MonarchPublicity.com

615-429-2203

Real Deacon Claybournes struggle to pay for healthcare

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Tennessean – Real Deacon Claybournes struggle to pay for health care

A Tale of Two Deacons – A True Story About Deacon Claybourne in Nashville, TN

As a fan of ABC’s Nashville, I was heartbroken as a doctor frantically tried to resuscitate Deacon Claybourne during a life-saving liver transplant at the end of last season. Great story, right?! But there is a very real piece of this plot line that has been grossly overlooked. How is the real-world musician Deacon paying for this complicated surgery, including the cost of medication, rehabilitation and harvesting his sister’s liver. And based on current music industry statistics, it’s unlikely Deacon even has health insurance to cover these costs.

As the founder of Music Health Alliance, a non-profit that provides free services including healthcare access to clients like Deacon every day, this story is more than just a cliffhanger; it’s real life. It represents a surprisingly huge deficit within the entertainment industry that needs the attention of Nashville, our city whose vibrant foundation flourishes from the fruits of creative business. Despite the perceived prosperity of this industry, fame does not always equal fortune.

On ABC’s Nashville, Deacon is a self-employed singer songwriter who co-wrote a string of hits for Rayna James in the early ‘90’s, and recently joined Luke Wheeler on tour before discovering he has liver cancer.

Deacon Claybourne’s Projected 2015 Income:

Songwriting Mechanical Royalties (6 top 10 songs, 1993-1997)$10,055.36

Songwriting Performance Royalties (6 top 10 songs, 1993-1997$12,202.00

Digital Royalties (6 top 10 songs, 1993-1997) $387.27

Touring Musician Income (25 shows) $9625.00

TOTAL $32,269.63

Deacon’s Songwriter and Touring Income for 2015 is 277% above the Federal Poverty level. As a result, he is not eligible for financial assistance from any Nashville area hospitals.

Now let’s take a look at the cost of Deacon’s healthcare:

Liver Transplant $739,100.00

Liver Donor Surgery $148,000.00

Code Blue during Transplant $44,180.00

TOTAL $931,280.00

Figures from the Milliman Research Report’s 2014 Organ and Tissue Transplant Costs and Baptist Memorial Healthcare’s Cost Calculator. Totals do not include medications, travel or complications post surgery.

The truth is Deacon Claybourne would be uninsured and unable to provide the typically required six-figure down payment for this kind of procedure. He would be bankrupted by medical bills or, even worse, unable to have surgery in the first place. Like Deacon, most of the music industry is self-employed, resulting in a deficit in healthcare coverage and protection against illness and injury. The crisis management norm in our industry is to pass the bucket to help cover emergency medical costs, leading to a perpetual cycle that leaves our music makers vulnerable, impacting the longevity of their careers and the vitality of our industry.

Music Health Alliance is working to break this cycle. In only 2.5 years we’ve served over 2,000 clients. The real stories from our “Deacons” who have been served by Music Health Alliance:

A Southern Rock artist given a death sentence because he had no health insurance is now able to receive treatment for liver cancer and is awaiting a liver transplant.

A Grammy winner eating rice and reusing disposable diapers because he could not afford his Parkinson’s medication. MHA quickly determined he received incorrect information from several pharmacies. Now he has income to meet his needs and access to all of his medicines.

A booking agent with a traumatic brain injury and hospital bill totaling $1.5 million didn’t have access to rehabilitation. Through MHA’s services, he now has a $0 balance hospital bill and access to nationwide treatment options.

If the writers of Nashville really want to pull Deacon Claybourne out of the cliffhanger, they should call Music Health Alliance.

 

The First & The Worst on April 1

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Huge THANKS to the sponsors and in-kind donors of this event including:

  • Firestone/Bridgestone
  • Larry McDonnell
  • City National Bank
  • Hackney Wealth Advisors
  • ASCAP
  • SESAC
  • Southwest Airlines
  • Country Aircheck
  • Nekst.Biz
  • Aristo PR
  • Bellevue MedSpa
  • Little Big Town
  • Simon James Photography
  • Taylor Swift
  • Brian Nash Pet Photography
  • Knit It Real Good
  • Blackhawk/The Outlaws
  • Langford Barksdale Art
  • Wrinkled Records
  • IndustrialLighting

This would not be possible without your generous support.  Many thanks!

 

 

Billy Block Returns to The Sutler to Benefit Music Health Alliance

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October 14th, The Billy Block show will return to The Sutler. 19th strong year in Nashville and we are going back to our roots.

Billy Block has played with everyone from Billy Joe Shaver to Frank Black (The Pixies) and has hosted many local and nationally touring artists on his stage . The Billy Block show is regaining its momentum and stature as it continues to grow on the old and young.

We want to personally invite you to see this legendary show. It is the culmination of the old Nashville we all love and remember with its Americana inspired sound and its Western Beat, while at the same time playing host to that fresh, emerging sound that is defining new Nashville.

Billy is excited to once again roll out the Billy Block Show at the Sutler and showcase these talented, budding artists on this classic, Nashville stage.

You will not want to miss these performances:

Danika Portz and her knock-you-on-your-ass pipes have gained the attention of IRS records whose execs are sure to be in attendance.

Seth Ennis can seriously draw a crowd. Something about this simple, American made, military raised boy has gained the attention of fans and labels alike.

Girl next door, pro-cheerleader, Baylor Wilson can not only sing, she can write. Literally everyone who hears her, loves her. Literally. (like…literally).

You haven’t heard of them? Seriously? Little Honey may be brand spankin new, but their latest youtube cover is spreading like wild fire!

Rocky Block.  Taking after his father in talent and stage presence, this apple is sure to grow as big as the tree it fell from.

The Oginalii girls. The underground of Nashville is their domain, and folk-grunge is their game. (Robert Plant’s symbol is literally tattoo’d on the lead singers arm.)

Ticket price? That’s so old-Nashville. 

Tickets are whatever price you think they should be and the proceeds go to support the Music Health Alliance.

You have read that correctly, there is NO set ticket price. Just a donation of your choice in amount at the door that goes to benefit a charity that is really all what the Billy Block Show is about. Music Health Alliance is dedicating to “helping heal those who make Music by providing access to healthcare through services that PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions.”

Billy Block has been around the block and is now ready to start doing things differently. You CAN teach an old dog new tricks! The show has always been about supporting and nurturing artists, and now we have the opportunity to do that on a level like never before.

Can’t wait to see you there!

Copyright © 2014 Billy Block Inc, All rights reserved.

An Evening with Emily West at the Franklin Theatre

 

An Evening with Emily West at the Franklin Theater

 

NASHVILLE, TN (October 1, 2014) – Music Health Alliance announces “An Evening with Emily West” at the Franklin Theater on November 8, 2014 at 7:00pm. Doors open at 6:00pm. This is her first live performance since stealing the hearts of America on NBC’s America’s Got Talent. Emily is coming home to heal the music through this one-night only performance benefiting Music Health Alliance.

“I am so thrilled to be coming home to support an organization that helps so many of my own friends within the music community,” says Emily West.

Singer-songwriter Emily West moved to Nashville at age 18 and had some success as a country music artist. But a few months ago, she wanted a clean slate, so she sold her car, packed her bags for New York City and never looked back. Emily’s dream is to have a one-woman show that tells stories through her songs. Her music inspirations include Judy Garland, Patsy Cline, Rufus Wainwright and Antony and the Johnsons. Most recently, Emily was first runner-up on America’s Got Talent showcasing some of the songs she will perform at The Franklin Theatre.

“Emily’s story is our story,” says Tatum Hauck Allsep, Founder/Executive Director for MHA. “We are honored for her to join our mission to heal the music.”

Music Health Alliance has secured over $4.2 million dollars in life-changing healthcare resources to heal the music in the last two years. MHA has enabled more than 1,200 music industry professionals to receive the care they so desperately needed. These stories include assisting an uninsured musician with life-saving brain surgery; a Grammy-winning songwriter receive Parkinson’s medication enabling him to buy groceries and stop reusing disposable diapers; helping a southern rocker with a liver transplant; an esophageal cancer patient receive disability financial assistance while undergoing chemotherapy; and finding affordable health insurance for a songwriter for the first time in 30 years. At Music Health Alliance, there is always a solution. The client is never alone.

Assistance is provided nationwide in all genres of music to anyone who has been in the music business at least two years. As a nonprofit, all of MHA’s services are free. MHA depends on philanthropic donations, fundraising, and grants.

Ticket Information:

Tickets are available thru The Franklin Theatre Box Office starting Tuesday, October 7, at www.franklintheatre.com in Franklin, TN or by calling (615) 538-2076

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ABOUT…

Music Health Alliance is music’s resource for healthcare.

The MHA mission is to heal the music by providing access to healthcare through services that PROTECT, DIRECT & CONNECT music industry professionals with medical and financial solutions.  MHA services PROTECT clients with health insurance or alternative ways to pay for healthcare. They DIRECT by providing confidential guidance, education and navigation until one’s healthcare need is resolved.  MHA services CONNECT clients with resources like medicine, hospitals, doctors and financial aid to enable clients to pursue wellness.  MHA provides compassionate and patient-driven healthcare support with a vision of long-term prevention of illness and overall wellness from the beginning to the end of life.

TO DONATE TO MHA: http://www.musichealthalliance.com/donate-to-heal/


MEDIA CONTACT:

Tatum Hauck Allsep
Music Health Alliance
Phone: (615) 200-6891
tatum@musichealthalliance.com

Ashley Matthews
Phone: (615) 391-1020
AshleyGunnarElle@gmail.com

MUSIC HEALS: Music’s Top 100 Feel Good Songs

Music Heals!  Anyone who has had their heart broken knows this, and now there is scientific evidence to support the theory.  For those of you making a living writing, producing, playing and working in the business of music, keep on keepin’ on, because you are providing some of the best holistic, non-invasive medicine in the world!

The notion that Music Heals dates back to the writings of Plato and Aristotle. More recently, JAMA reported in 1914 that phonographs played in recovery and operating rooms increased positive outcomes for patients, and we now know that musicians played at the bedside of wounded soldiers in both World Wars to help ease physical and emotional trauma.  The idea that Music Heals is nothing new.  What is new is that evidence-based medicine and modern science now support what musicians, patients and star-crossed lovers have known for centuries, that Music Heals.

What is it about music that actually heals?  Music is a form of sensory stimulation that triggers the pleasure system of the brain.  According to brain-imaging studies music is processed throughout both brain hemispheres activating the areas that are responsible for language, listening, motor skills, emotion, memory and creativity. “We believe music can cause neurochemical changes in specific parts of the brain,” says Mark Jude Tramo, neurology professor at Harvard Medical School and director of the Institute for Music & Brain Science in Boston.  “Music is a powerful auditory stimulus.” So powerful in fact that it causes the release of dopamine, which is responsible for motivation and feelings of happiness.  These endorphins also suppress pain.  Current studies similarly link music to the release of immunoglobulins, which help fight disease. Music as a clinical therapy is now used all over the world in many ways:  pain management, mood and mobility improvement for patients with Parkinson’s disease and brain trauma, medication reduction after surgery, anxiety relief, hospital stay reduction for children and adults, nausea reduction after chemotherapy, treatment for depression, enhanced concentration and creativity, and for lowering blood pressure. Music offers a nonthreatening treatment tool that is attractive to doctors and patients alike.  There is essentially no downside that’s any more serious than a misplayed chord.

What songs cause that dopamine release for music makers?  What are the songs that make people in the music business feel good? What songs lift the spirits of those immersed in lyrics, melodies and the business of music day in and day out?  Throughout last year I asked music industry friends and associates to answer these questions. I received almost 1000 responses. From these responses I compiled a list of the . . .

Top 100 “Feel Good Songs” from the Makers of Music:

  1. “We Must Believe In Magic” – Performed by Johnny Cash, Written by Cowboy Jack Clement
  2. “Three Little Birds” – Performed by Bob Marley
  3. “What A Wonderful World” – Performed by Louis Armstrong
  4. “Ode To Joy” – Written by Beethoven
  5. “Day O” – Performed by Harry Belafonte
  6. “Ob-La-De, Ob-La-Da” – Performed by The Beatles
  7. “Fishin’ In The Dark” – Performed by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  8. “These Arms Of Mine” – Performed by Otis Redding
  9. “I Wouldn’t Have Missed It For The World” – Performed by Ronnie Millsap
  10. “I’ll Be There” – Performed by The Four Tops
  11. “Your Are The Sunshine Of My Life” – Performed by Stevie Wonder
  12. “Good Ole Boys” – Performed by Waylon Jennings
  13. “Wild World” – Performed by Cat Stevens
  14. “You Look So Good In Love” – Performed by George Strait
  15. “Tiny Dancer” – Performed by Elton John
  16. “Soulshine” – Performed by The Allman Brothers
  17. “Strawberry Wine” – Performed by Deana Carter
  18. “White Lightening” – Performed by George Jones
  19. “You Are My Sunshine” – Performed by Ray Charles
  20. “Start Me Up” – Performed by The Rolling Stones
  21. “Tangled Up & Blue” – Performed by Bob Dylan
  22. “Junior’s Farm” – Performed by The Wings
  23. “Leavin’ On a Jet Plane” – Performed by John Denver
  24. “Here You Come Again” – Performed by Dolly Parton
  25. “The Most Beautiful Girl” – Performed by Charlie Rich
  26. “I Love A Rainy Night” – Performed by Eddie Rabbit
  27. “King Of The Road” – Performed by Roger Miller
  28. “Rhinestone Cowboy” – Performed by Glen Campbell
  29. “Let It Be” – Performed by The Beatles
  30. “If I Had A Boat” – Performed by Lyle Lovett
  31. “Feel Alright” – Performed by Steve Earle
  32. “Rainbow Connection” – Performed by Willie Nelson
  33. “Crusin” – Performed by Smokey Robinson
  34. “Movin’ On Up” – The Jefferson’s Theme Song, Performed by Ja’net Dubois
  35. “Great Day To Be Alive” – Performed by Travis Tritt
  36. “Imagine” – Performed by John Lennon
  37. “Proud Mary” – Performed by Tina Turner
  38.  “Call Me Al” – Performed by Paul Simon
  39. “Have A Little Faith In Me” – Performed and Written by John Hiatt
  40. “Western Skies” – Performed & Written by Chris LeDoux
  41. “You Shook Me All Night Long” – Performed by AC/DC
  42. “Good Bye Earl” – Performed by The Dixie Chicks
  43. “Here Comes The Sun” – Performed by The Beatles
  44. “C’mon Get Happy” – Performed by The Partridge Family
  45. “Puff The Magic Dragon” – Performed by Peter, Paul & Mary
  46. “I Say A Little Prayer” – Performed by Aretha Franklin
  47. “Jolly Mon” – Performed by Jimmy Buffet
  48. “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin” – Performed by Michael Jackson
  49. “I Will” – Performed by Allison Krauss
  50. “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah” – Performed by James Basket/Uncle Remus
  51. “Shower The People You Love” – Performed by James Taylor
  52. “Fly Me To The Moon” – Performed by Frank Sinatra
  53. “Love Theme from St. Elmo’s Fire” – Performed by David Foster
  54. “Beautiful Day” – Performed by U2,
  55. “Cheers Theme Song” – Performed by Gary Portnoy
  56. “Better Together” – Performed by Jack Johnson
  57. “The Gambler” – Performed by Kenny Rogers
  58. “A Change Will Do You Good” – Performed by Sheryl Crow
  59. Amazing Grace – All Versions Performed
  60. “Hammer & A Nail” – Performed by The Indigo Girls
  61. “Love at The Five & Dime” – Performed by Nancy Griffith
  62. “It’s The End Of The World” – Performed by REM
  63.  “This Hard Land” – Performed by Bruce Springsteen
  64. “You’re In My Heart” – Performed by Rod Stewart
  65. “Devil Went Down To Georgia” – Performed by Charlie Daniels
  66. “Change The World” – Performed by Eric Clapton
  67. “Kiss An Angel Good Morning” – Performed by Charlie Pride
  68. “She’s In Love With The Boy” – Performed by Trisha Yearwood
  69. “God Only Knows” – Performed by The Beach Boys
  70. “Sweet Caroline” – Performed by Neil Diamond
  71. “Ocean Front Property” – Performed by George Strait
  72. “The Chair” – Performed by George Strait
  73. “Walk This Way” – Performed by RUN-DMC featuring Aerosmith
  74. “Pretty Woman” – Performed by Roy Orbison
  75. “Orinico Flow” – Performed by Enya
  76. “What The World Needs Now” Performed by Jackie DeShannon
  77. “Feelin’ Groovy Song” – Performed by Simon & Garfunkel
  78. “Fortunate Son” – Performed by CCR
  79.  “Your Love Keeps Liftin Me Higher” Performed by Jackie Wilson
  80. “It’s Your Thing” – Performed by Isley Brothers
  81. “Linus & Lucy” – Performed by Vince Guardaldi Trio
  82. “Groove Is In The Heart” – Performed by Dee-Lite
  83.  “Joy To The World” – Performed by Three Dog Night
  84. “Take On Me” – Performed by Ah-ha
  85. “Kyrie” – Performed by Mr. Mister
  86. “Pancho & Lefty” – Performed by Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson
  87. “Coming Around Again” – Performed by Carly Simon
  88. “Take Me Out To The Ball Game” – Performed by Billy Murray
  89. “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” – Performed by Tears for Fears
  90. “Roll To Me” – Performed by Del Amitri
  91. “Easy Like Sunday Morning” – Performed by Lionel Ritchie
  92. “The Scientist” – Performed by Willie Nelson
  93. “Blitzkrieg Bob” – Performed by The Ramones
  94. “Little Red Corvette” – Performed by Prince
  95. “In Your Eyes” – Performed by Peter Gabriel
  96. “No Easy Way Out” – Performed by Robert Tepper
  97. “Roll On” – Performed by Alabama
  98. “I’m Comin’ Out” – Performed by Diana Ross
  99. “East Bound & Down” – Performed by Jerry Reed
  100. “Freebird” – Performed by Lynard Skynard

The music you are making each day has an impact much greater than a chart position or Sound Scan report.  As music makers you are helping Kenneth, a stroke survivor, learn to speak again, and you are giving Deanna, a fourteen year-old with cancer, a reason to keep fighting.   Great music inspires us, relaxes us, energizes us – in short, great music heals us and keeps us well.  So instead of taking two aspirin, listen to a little “We Must Believe In Magic” before going to bed — because Music Heals.

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GET COVERED WITH MHA’S FREE HEALTH INSURANCE SEMINARS

Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s non-profit healthcare advocate, is offering a series of FREE “Get Covered” seminars open to everyone in the music industry. It is a simplified health insurance enrollment workshop offering onsite assistance with insurance enrollment.

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Music Row Storytellers Event on 8/15/16

Music Row Storytellers is a special event series designed to honor those that stand the test of time in telling the stories that make the music industry so fascinating – the journalists, interviewers, reporters, show hosts and others who chronicle and share the stories of Music Row and its musicmakers.

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12/6/16 Get Covered: FREE Health Insurance Workshop

Get Covered 101 For Music Professionals is a simplified health insurance enrollment workshop offering onsite assistance with insurance questions and enrollment.

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10/29/16 Celebrity Barn Dance

A once in a lifetime evening with Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Ashley Monroe and more at the Nation’s only Celebrity Barn Dance benefitting Music Health Alliance.

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