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.
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.
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… Read more »
This unique event will showcase some of the world’s most successful songwriters performing the first and the worst songs they ever wrote as well as their huge hits benefitting MHA. For tickets: www.3rdandlindsley.com/apr.html
Join Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris & Cory Chisel on 3/28/15 for a wonderful music event. Tickets can be purchased at www.thebarndance.com
MHA has Healed the Music by securing over $5.5 million in healthcare financial resources to music industry professionals across the nation.
Free Health Insurance Enrollment Support for Music Professionals
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… Read more »
Music Heals! 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.
The music industry is a player among the nation’s largest industries, with an economic impact of $147 billion in 6 of America’s largest cities. Despite this percieved prosperity, an estimated 76 percent of music industry professionals have no access to group health benefits.