Third Annual “Heal The Music Day” Raises Over $400,000

Music Health Alliance’s third annual “Heal The Music Day” raised over $400,000 to help support the non-profit’s life-saving free services. Entirely funded through grants and individual and corporate donations, “Heal The Music Day” helps fund critical support for members of the music community in need.

Dierks BentleyReba McEntire, Lauren Alaina, Gary Allan, Luke Bryan, Rodney Crowell and dozens more songwriters, musicians, performers, artist managers, publishers, business managers, record labels, and trade organizations pledged their support for their fellow musicians and peers in the industry in times of medical crisis during the annual fund drive.

Every dollar donated equals $30 in life-saving healthcare resources. Music Health Alliance’s free services range from access to doctors and hospitals, medicine, health insurance and finding financial assistance during times of illness. Support from “Heal The Music Day” helps to fund Music Health Alliance’s free programs and services in addition to The Ben Eyestone Fund, which assists un-insured or under-insured music industry professionals in Davidson and surrounding counties within Middle Tennessee receive life-saving diagnostics and treatment.

Contributions can still be made to Music Health Alliance and “Heal The Music Day” at MusicHealthAlliance.com/donate-to-heal.

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