Scott and Sandi Borchetta’s Music Has Value Fund Issues Grant to Music Health Alliance

NASHVILLE, TENN. (August 2, 2022)— Big Machine Label Group Founder/President/CEO Scott Borchetta and his wife Sandi Borchetta, who is BMLG’s Executive Vice President of Creative, announced today that they have issued a $150,000 grant to the Nashville-based Music Health Alliance, an organization that provides free healthcare advocacy and support to more than 18,000 music industry members across 49 states. The Borchetta’s contribution was issued through their Music Has Value fund that was established in 2015 to provide financial support to organizations which support those who make music, aspire to make music, and access and appreciate music. In 2020, the Music Has Value Fund provided fifteen $10,000 grants to music programs throughout the United States.

“For over 30 years, Scott and Sandi Borchetta have made a profound impact on Nashville and the music industry through their leadership, entrepreneurship, and philanthropic endeavors,” says Music Health Alliance Founder & CEO Tatum Allsep. “We are overwhelmed by their generous contribution today through their Music Has Value fund. This grant will greatly help us in our mission to Heal the Music.”

“Access to healthcare is something every human deserves and the work that Music Health Alliance does to help those working in music gain access to medicine, mental health resources or even COVID-19 relief, is nothing short of heroic,” says Scott and Sandi Borchetta. “In order for those working in the music business to create and produce their best work, they must be healthy and well. We are proud to know that this Music Has Value grant will provide healthcare to so many people in our music community.”

The Borchettas’ announcement today arrives days before the second annual Big Machine Music City Grand Prix takes over downtown Nashville. The leading entertainment and spirits company became the title sponsor of the IndyCar race last summer which drew in over 110,000 spectators to Music City. The three-day event is a highlight for both race and music fans alike. Big Machine superstars like Tim McGraw, Carly Pearce, Brantley Gilbert, and Midland will all perform throughout the weekend. Tickets for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix can be purchased at

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ABOUT MUSIC HAS VALUE: The Music Has Value fund was created in 2015 by Scott and Sandi Borchetta to provide funds to organizations which support those who make music, aspire to make music, and access and appreciate music. The fund, administered by The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, continues to target K-12 schools needing instruments and resources, with an emphasis on rural areas that are often overlooked. In 2020, the Music Has Value Fund provided fifteen $10,000 grants to music programs throughout the United States. Additionally, Music Has Value aims to enrich lives both young and old, and a portion of the dollars pledged will support music therapy programs for seniors and those battling Alzheimer’s. Additionally, the Music Has Value fund has provided support to CreatiVets, non-profit organization that provides combat veterans struggling with  post-traumatic stress and brain injury with opportunities to use art, music and creative writing to heal their unseen wounds of war. For more information, visit

ABOUT MUSIC HEALTH ALLIANCE: Founded in 2013 and based in Nashville, Music Health Alliance (MHA) has provided free healthcare advocacy and lifesaving support and resources to more than 18,000 music industry members across 49 states in the non-profit’s first nine years. MHA has supported songwriters, musicians, performers, producers, engineers, venue operators, artist managers, agents, publishers, business managers, and more by providing access to medicine, mental health resources, COVID-19 relief, diagnostic tests, lifesaving transplants, end of life care, and many other necessary services, saving more than $85,000,000 in healthcare costs for the nationwide music community in less than a decade. Entirely funded through grants and individual and corporate donations, financial support from the music community is critical to continue MHA’s advocacy and free services. For every $1 donation, MHA is able to provide $30 in life-saving healthcare resources to Heal the Music. MHA fights so those in our industry never have to feel alone in a health crisis and removes obstacles so patients can receive lifesaving care. All MHA services are free to any person who has worked in the music industry for three or more years or who has credited contributions to 4 commercially released recordings or videos. Spouses, partners, and children of qualifying individuals may also receive access to the non-profit’s services from birth to end of life. More info at

Media Contacts: 
Borchettas/Music Has Value Fund
Jake Basden

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