Tatum Hauck Allsep, Founder/CEO of Music Health Alliance and Shelia Shipley Biddy m COO/certified senior adviser of Music Health Alliance revealed as two of Billboard’s 2020 Women In Music Executives. The Nashville nonprofit Music Health Alliance marked its seventh anniversary in January “surpassing $50 million in health care cost savings for 11,000 music industry professionals,” says Allsep,… Read more »
A Nashville-based entertainment marketing agency announced a $250,000 initial investment to its new charitable giving fund Friday, with the fund’s first donation to help provide healthcare resources to musicians. FlyteVu launched its donor-advised fund as the company celebrates five years in business. The fund will be managed by global wealth management company AB Bernstein, a unit of global financial… Read more »
More than 9,700 music industry members receive free healthcare advocacy and support in the non-profit’s first six years More than 9,700 music industry members receive free healthcare advocacy and support in the non-profit’s first six years Nashville, TN – January 8, 2019 – Nashville-based non-profit Music Health Alliance (MHA) wrapped 2018 on a high note… Read more »
Every dollar donated equals $30 in life-saving healthcare resources Nashville, TN – November 29, 2018 – As the 2nd annual “Heal The Music Day” wraps for 2018, more than 170 members of the music community – songwriters, musicians, performers, artist managers, publishers, business managers, record labels, trade organizations and more – pledged a percentage of… Read more »
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 18, 2018) — The Ben Eyestone Fund, a joint effort between Music Health Alliance and Saint Thomas Health, announces it will provide a menu of services for preventative and primary care (application here). The newly-created fund will serve un-insured or under-insured music industry professionals in Davidson and surrounding counties within Middle Tennessee… Read more »
Music Health Alliance, the music industry’s healthcare advocate, announced today several new hires, promotions and the expansion of group health insurance options at the Nashville-based non-profit.
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.… 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.