How A Barn Dance Inspired Music Health Alliance’s Heal The Music Day.

In 2015, Rodney Crowell organized a barn dance at Nashville’s Jaeckle Centre, where a portion of the proceeds were donated to Music Health Alliance. It was the first time Crowell learned of the Nashville based organization that provides healthcare advocacy and support to more than 19,000 music industry members. “I was captivated” by the Alliance’s… Read more »

My Music Row Story

The “My Music Row Story” weekly column features notable members of the Nashville music industry selected by the MusicRow editorial team. These individuals serve in key roles that help advance and promote the success of our industry. This column spotlights the invaluable people that keep the wheels rolling and the music playing. Music Health Alliance Founder/CEO, Tatum… Read more »

PICKERS ORIGINAL VODKA MURAL SERIES HONORS BEN EYESTONE AND MUSIC HEALTH ALLIANCE’S BEN EYESTONE FUND

Nashville, TN (September 7, 2022) Pickers Original Vodka, Tennessee’s first craft vodka, unveils the next mural in the series that promotes Nashville musical artists and the Music Health Alliance, honoring the memory of Ben Eyestone.  The mural was created by local artist, Bryan Deese, located at The Purple Building at 5 Points, at 107 North 11th Street in Nashville, Tennessee. Ben Eyestone,… Read more »

Shopping For A Good Cause

The lovely Carly Pearce has cleaned out her closet and hosted a pop-up shop during #CMAfest with all proceeds benefitting Music Health Alliance. “I recently did some spring cleaning and found that I had so many clothes that need new owners. Who better to pass them along to than my fans!?” Pearce says. “With so… Read more »

I Am A Fighter

“When I first put out music many, many years ago, I tried to hide my scoliosis. Now, I’m embracing it, in hopes that my story will help someone out there. This song is very personal for me, but I hope it speaks to all the Scoliosis Warriors out there and to anyone fighting for something.”… Read more »

HARDY, RANDY MONTANA, HUNTER PHELPS AND JAMESON RODGERS HEADLINE INAUGURAL “COULDA SHOULDA WOULDA” EVENT TO BENEFIT MUSIC HEALTH ALLIANCE

For Immediate Release – Wednesday, April 20, 2022 – Evening of Stories and Songs raises $125,000 to support non-profit’s free healthcare programs and life-saving advocacy services. NASHVILLE, Tenn., — Music Health Alliance (MHA), recently honored with the 2021 CMA Foundation Humanitarian Award, unveiled its inaugural “Coulda Shoulda Woulda” event last night, headlined by four of Music… Read more »